Handouts are geared towards passing out information that a person can take away from an event or conversation. The links collected on this webpage are to handouts on programs, initiatives, recommendations, and topics - like accountability and equity.
Effective faculty retention is as critical as recruitment. It is imperative for a department to retain their new hire — the costs of faculty turnover affect a department’s fiscal bottom-line as well as its morale. Thus, we have developed this checklist of activities which may help you retain your new-hire, while helping you maintain optimal working conditions for all faculty in your department.
This document is provides some guidance to people who want to present a case for gender equity.
This worksheet is from a negotiation workshop. It lists different ways to handle conflict. For each one the approach, objective, posture, rationale, and outcome is listed.
This handout is a list of recommendations and best practices on how to deal with visible equity problems.
This handout accompanies the presentation given by Particia Campbell on research design and evaluation for the 2007 PI ADVANCE meeting. It covers study type, design, representation, advantages, and disadvantages.
This document is a handout from a mini-workshop with a reading list, pre-workshop activities, and references.
This brochure has sections titled Faculty Lunch, Training Modules, Career Networking, Distinguished Lectureships, Goals, and others.
This handout covers some guidelines for mentors. The areas of the handout are titled: Benefits, Qualities of a good mentor, Long term goals, Obligations and responsibilities, Goals, and Guidelines.
This handout covers what can be done right this minute to help evaluate and then do something about equity issues.
The sections of this handout are benefits of being a mentee, mentoring resources, mentoring program, get to know your players, issues of interest, and stay on track with your mentor
This handout covers how to uncover and then attempt to address hidden problems.
From 2001-2006 Georgia Tech has focused their efforts on increasing the advancement of female faculty members. This handout discusses the need and the success.
This document is a handout for a workshop on self-promotion. The sections of this document divided into two activities on the topic.
This handout is an extended agenda with readings, descriptions of presentations, discussion questions, and activities.
This document is more detailed description of the activities described in the agenda.
This handout covers tips on how to write grants. Examples include: "The panel that you submit to matters; some groups will be more receptive to your work than others" and "Find out for each funder whether you will submit a hard or electronic copy.
Handout from the presentation on analyzing flexible policy options for faculty at the 2008 ISU ADVANCE Conference in Panel 3 on analyzing flexible policy options for faculty.
This document is a handout for a workshop on the topic of giving presentation. Sections of this paper include readings, activities, and references.
This document is an handout for a workshop on how to find equity with domestic partners. Sections of this paper include a reading list, discussion, scenarios, and take home exercises.
This document is a handout for a workshop on power and politics. The sections of this paper include readings, handouts, activities, references.
This document is a handout for a workshop on the topic of time management. The sections of this paper are handouts, readings, discussion, activities, take home exercises, and references.
This document is a handout for a workshop on the topic of teaching and working effectively. The sections of this paper include readings, activities, discussion, and references.
This handout has three sections titled education, GEP Sponsorship Program, and Gender Equity Benchmarks.
This handout is a material provided at a workshop on balancing work and life. The sections of the handout are a reading list, discussion questions, activities, and some take home exercises.
This handout covers the help that the ADVANCE Program at the University of Michigan can do to help improve the climate. “We can assist with identification of external visitors who can provide assessments, or our staff can actually collect and analyze climate data for you, or we can arrange for some combination.”
This document is a handout for an event on writing and publishing as a faculty woman. Sections of this paper are handouts, readings, discussion, take home exercises, and references.
This brochure covers the mentoring program offered through the Mizzou ADVANCE Program: "The Mentoring Program is a key initiative of Mizzou ADVANCE, a program funded by the National Science Foundation with matching University funds.
The sections of this handout are qualities of a great mentoring program, benefits of the institution, mentoring program, qualities of a good mentor, goals for the mentor, and other guidelines.
This handout covers the undergraduate program offered through the ACES Program. The application, feedback, and information about the previous year's participants in included.
This handout has sections for how to help gender equity dependent on your role: leader, colleague, a woman, etc.
This document is a handout for a workshop on the topic of promotion and tenure. The sections of the paper are readings, activities, presentations, post-workshop activities, and references.
This handout covers lactation resources, benefits of breastfeeding, the lactation program, and breastfeeding laws.
This document is a handout for a workshop on success. Sections of the paper include readings, activities, guest speakers, discussion, and background readings.
This document is a handout for a workshop on successfully attending conferences. The sections of this paper include readings, pre-workshop activities, presentations, and background resources.
This document is the handout on managing work negotiation. Parts of the document include readings, presentations and discussion, and activities with scenarios.
This topics covered in this handout on the Mizzou Mentoring Program are an overview of the program, the time commitment, resources, and key dates.
This document is the extended description on the topic of publishing with events. Parts of the document include readings, pre-workshop activities, presentations, discussions, and references.
This handout provides a brief summary of a presentation that was created at a workshop to inform faculty, chairs, and deans about the recruitment and retention of faculty from underserved groups, describes information collected from chair chats, and summarizes resources that are essential reading.
This document is a list of how to deal with bargaining and the different positions you can play: soft, hard, principled.
This poster highlights the ACE-Sloan projects on Faculty Career Flexibility and showcases best practices for increasing the flexibility of faculty careers. Increasing the flexibility of faculty careers is one way to increase an institution's ability to recruit and retain women faculty and other faculty with care-giving responsibilities. Information will be valuable to individuals and institutions working to recruit and retain a diverse faculty.
This handout is a set of recommendations how to promote professional development within a group of faculty.
Top 10 Tips for Academic Leaders to Accelerate the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering
This document is a handout for a workshop on the topic of student and assistant management. The sections in this document include readings, handouts, activities, discussion, work problems, and references.
This handout covers networking opportunities covered by the Leaders Program. It has testimonials and dates.
This handout is a list of recommendations to help encourage people to be more accountable when creating a climate of equity.
This brochure discusses the unconscious biases held when reviewing applicants for a job. Topics include: examples of social assumptions and expectations; examples of assumptions or biases that can influence the evaluation of applicants; examples of assumptions or biases in academic job-related contexts; advice for minimizing the influence of bias and assumptions; and references.
This document is a list of reasons why gender equity is important. Examples include: "Equity increases the range and size of the candidate pool, thus maximizing the chances of hiring the best new faculty or staff.
Principles and actions for chairs and unit heads from Virginia Valian
Principles and actions for deans, provosts, and presidents by Virginia Valian