University of New Hampshire
ADVANCE at UNH http://www.unh.edu/advance
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting is designed to help grantees prepare for site visits. It covers the evaluation process at NSF, role of evaluation, internal and external evaluation, and evaluation challenges.
UNH ADVANCE Institutional Transformation (IT) builds on information gained in a 2009 ADVANCE PAID grant, Enhancing and Advancing the Scholarship of STEM Women Faculty at UNH. The ADVANCE IT grant, UNH Unbiased, will offer programs and activities in support of long-term institutional initiatives.
Comprehensive listing of the UNH ADVANCE team members and the role they play within the program.
A Concise overview of the UNH ADVANCE Program, including its goals, initiatives, origins and why it is needed.
Handout providing an overview of what microaggressions are and how to overcome them.
Information to help create a fair and equitable process for faculty recruiting throughout every stage of the search process.
Examples of common social assumptions that affect faculty searches and the documented realities that renounce these assumptions
Report based on the 2013 UNH Climate Survey, given with the goal of improving faculty climate and academic leadership through increased fairness, transparency, and clarity of recruitment, retention, and promotion and tenure policy and practices.
Reports based on the 2013 UNH Climate Survey, detailing the representation of respondents across gender, discipline, rank, and college.
Report detailing the composition of UNH tenured and tenure track faculty by gender, division (STEM, SBS, non- STEM/ SBS), rank and college.
Proposal for the UNH social science research study focusing on creating an unbiased climate within each department at the university. The objective is to determine what, if any, impact the UNH department chairs professional development initiative will have on employment and climate in departments.