University of Nebraska Lincoln
This webpage gives a brief description of the ADVANCE-Nebraska: the grant, the people, and the goals.
ADVANCE-Nebraska funds up to $3,000 for departments to develop and execute their own recruitment strategies to diversify applicant pools. The faculty who apply are encouraged to identify the specific challenges for recruiting women to their department applicant pools and to develop a plan that is informed by best practices and national research to address these challenges.
This webpage is a list of news announcements and up coming events.
Nationally, approximately 80% of women in STEM fields have an academic partner. One of our key strategies for ADVANCE-NE is to foster a family friendly university that is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. The ADVANCE-NE office, which operates independently of each department's search process, is eager to work with women in STEM fields who have an academic partner and with applicants for positions in other disciplines whose partner is a woman in a STEM field. When the ADVANCE office is notified
This webpage provides links to social network analysis studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has a number of policies and resources that promote work-life balance. The University wishes to be supportive of faculty who need time off for personal reasons, approved professional development, or academic reasons.
ADVANCE-Nebraska selects candidates from STEM departments to be Recruitment Ambassadors. Recruitment Ambassadors will receive $2,000 per department for a Recruitment Ambassador (faculty member) to attend one or more national conferences (depending on how you'd like to use the funds) to seek high quality doctoral candidates, post-docs, or appropriate level faculty to apply to UNL. We suggest that departments send representatives who will recruit for openings this academic year and for potential openings beyo
This webpage is a list of resources collected and organized by the ADVANCE-Nebraska program. Examples include a set of links and policies.
This webpage is a list of links to resources inside and outside of the of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Presentation on how the University of Nebraska ADVANCE program is educating faculty to mitigate the impact of implicit bias.
Advice to new grantees from those who've been there.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers:
IT ADVANCE grant at University of Nebraska, the importance of data, how to access it, different types of data,and its application in research.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers: the activities and challenges of the first two years of ADVANCE project at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
This presentation from the 2013 PI meeting describes how the University of Nebraska ADVANCE program planned their data collection activities to support both evaluation and research.
This presentation from the 2010 PI meeting describes a research study by the University of Nebraska ADVANCE program investigating how the diversity of a faculty member’s network is
associated with collegiality, tenure process clarity and research productivity, and whether these associations differ for white men, nonwhite men and women.