Awards and Recognition
Awards can go a long way in recognizing and promoting good work. This webpage is a list of awards offered by ADVANCE Grant Recipients and also how awards have been used to help academe.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Women in STEM Awards Banquet is held each spring to provide recognition for accomplishments of women faculty and their supporters on campus. Among the categories will be awards for outstanding research (publication, funding success, patents, graduate students) and outstanding teaching...
The purpose of this award is to sponsor research in any discipline by women faculty and research or service focused on gender equity by all faculty within the three ADVANCE departments.
The CU-ADVANCE Research Initiation Awards are offered under the auspices of the National Science Foundation ADVANCE program. The goal of the NSFADVANCE program is to increase the recruitment, retention, and promotion into leadership positions of women in engineering and the sciences, and to institutionalize best practices, policies and programs across colleges as they pertain to women faculty.
Winning proposals for the “You Choose Leadership Awards" were superb and ranged widely in their goals and scopes, from those with pivotal importance for individuals to those with potential to enhance entire communities. Each winner will speak about her award and experiences in our next UM-wide SEEDS event.
UNC Charlotte ADVANCE established as a cornerstone initiative a Competitive Awards program to stimulate innovative thinking and comprehensive efforts to reduce institutional barriers and promote the success of women scientists and engineers in the professorial ranks.
Reported in this presentation is a study on gender differences of award recipients in cognitive and developmental psychology. This presentation was made at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting for the Concurrent Session 1: Research and Contributions to the Literature.
Areas of this poster are titled project overviews, data collection, results, and recommendations
The GEP's Faculty Recognition and Leadership Program was established to recognize the strengths, accomplishments, and leadership abilities of women faculty in the sciences at Hunter and to promote the advancement of all science faculty.
This pamphlet emphasizes the need to enhance a career through the use of awards. The outside covers how receiving an award can benefit you, how the award will benefit all women, how winning an award opens doors, and how to be prepared for applying for an award. The inside covers examples of awards, recognitions, and grants.
Project PACE initiated an “Outstanding Mentoring Award ," which was adopted by the Office of the Provost. The purpose of this award is to honor an outstanding faculty member who has served as a mentor to junior faculty members.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: that awards are inherently social processes, the percentage of men and women in physics, and a paper called 'Evaluating Science or Evaluating Gender?'
Four Lee College of Engineering faculty members who were awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor in April are breaking the national trend of under-representation of women among tenured faculty in engineering and other sciences. Gloria Elliott, Brigid (Brid) Mullany, Jiang (Linda) Xie and Terry Xu were awarded tenure and promotion to associate professor, along with their colleagues Ertunga Ozelkan and Qiuming Wei. David Brinkley was promoted to professor.
This webpage is a series of news announcements about women who have won awards.
Prof Dev Grants Awardees for 2011
The Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society nominations are due!
Please consider nominating your deserving undergraduate or graduate students, research scientists or post docs to become new/promoted associate or full members of Sigma Xi. Forms can be found at
he American Geophysical Union, AGU, along with the American Chemical Society, American Mathematical Society, American Society of Anesthesiologists, Mathematical Association of America, Society for Neuroscience, and Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics are examining whether gender bias affects selection of recipients of society awards.
Lehigh ADVANCE is privileged to count Jo Handelsman, Yale University, as an Advisor to our program.
Dr. Handelsman is among 11 individuals and four organizations President Barack Obama named as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM).
About Recruitment of Faculty at Lehigh University
The strongest predictor of success in recruiting women is the inclusion of women in search committees. The ADVANCE Center for Women faculty, in conjunction with the Dean of Faculties, is expanding existing gender bias training for all members of search committees, committees making decisions on tenure and promotion, and committees making decisions on university and college awards.
This activity is focused on highlighting the success of women STEM faculty. In collaboration with the Dean of Faculties office, the Women’s Faculty Network, the Women Engineering Faculty Interest Group, the Women Administrators Network, and the Vice President of Research, the ADVANCE Center for Women Faculty is organizing events to recognize and publicize the achievements of women faculty.
The underlying conceptual framework for the ADVANCE program is the American Psychological Association's Psychologically Healthy Workplace (PHW) initiative.
JSUAdvance proposes a 6-component program
AWIS PAID study of professional society awards, selection processes, recognition, and gender differences.
Mathematical Association of America study of gender discrepancies in awards and recognition.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers: an overview of Advancing Ways of Awarding
Recognition in Disciplinary Societies(AWARDS) grant to AWIS; designed to create a sustainable framework for ensuring progress toward more equitable awards and recognition for women and members of
underrepresented groups in a wide range of scientific communities.
This presentation from the 2010 PI meeting describes the development of regression models to predict the probability of receiving prestigious awards based on location, publications, citations, etc. and the impact of gender.