Some ADVANCE Grantees explain their particular plans for assessing their efforts and collective initiatives. These plans are listed below.
Mizzou ADVANCE will evaluate both its programs (i.e., STRIDE, mentoring, and theatre) and its impact or progress toward its goal (i.e., increased advancement of women faculty).
In order to evaluate MU-ADVANCE's success, we worked with the program's evaluator to establish progress indicators for each of the three initiatives.
... We also attempt to assess whether or not any changes we observe are attributable to the interventions, but this is very difficult to determine given the short timeframe and small numbers in our populations.
This webpage lists the missions statement and goals for internal and external evaluation for the ADVANCE Program at University of Montana.
The GT NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Program is taking an integrated approach to institutional factors that supports the full participation and advancement of women, and provides a model of best practices, in academic science and engineering--constituting the core intellectual merit and broader impacts of the initiative.
A list of how the URI's ADVANCE program measures their progress is broken down by areas and explained on this webpage: benchmarks, climate survey, NSF reports, papers and presentation, and program evaluations.
CU-ADVANCE Management Plan
The types of evaluation done at Marshall University’s ADVANCE program along with who does them is explained on this webpage. These evaluations are done through self-study, data collection and analysis, an advisory board, and external evaluations.
This presentation looks at the percentage of women in AGU and ways to increase those percentages. The presentation suggests to educate, engage, do outreach, facilitate, and partner and collaborate. This presentation was given at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting in the Concurrent Session 8 called Perspectives From Members of Professional Societies.
To help measure progress at Georgia Tech, their ADVANCE Program has listed their evidence that changes have been made. How they measured progress, collected data, and evaluated it is explained on this webpage.
This presentation covers the different ways to do evaluation, an actual evaluation, and some results for measuring change at ADVANCE institutions. This presentation was given at the 2007 PI meeting.
This presentation covers how to evaluate whether or not change has been made by the ADVANCE program at the University of Michigan.
Mizzou ADVANCE collects and reports institutional data using a toolkit (pdf document or word document) used by other ADVANCE projects at universities across the nation. [link to toolkit] The toolkit specifies the type and timing of data collection.