It is the goal of every ADVANCE program to have their successful initiatives institutionalized and to let people know what ones did not work as well. The resources in this section cover programs that were institutionalized and recommendations on how to get an initiatives or program institutionalized.
This presentation shares results from a study in which interviews were conducted with representatives from ADVANCE grantees. The interviews addressed efforts made by the institution to create lasting change. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting.
The sections of this poster are introduction, outcome measures, and reflections and recommendations. "Advance VT is a comprehensive program to promote and enhance the careers of women in academic science and engineering at Virginia Tech through institutional transformation... As the grant funding expires, all aspects of the program are being evaluated and prioritized for continuation.
In 2005 in Panel 1 the University of California-Irvine’s ADVANCE program created a summary of the changes they have supported in their institution. Their largest change is the use of Equity Advisors in their 10 schools which has increased recruitment.
Listed in this document are the reasons why Georgia Tech’s ADVANCE institution has been a success. An example of one is the willingness of Georgia Tech to provide needed resources. This list was compiled for the PI2005.
This document announces the success of a program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison called the Life Cycle Research Grant. The goal is to help women who have had some life crisis while running for tenure with a grant of around $30,000. Information about this program is summarized in this document for the 2005 PI meeting in Panel 1.
This executive summary presents what Hunter College wants to do to enact permanent change for the advancement of women in STEM fields. They propose to work with everyone from high level officials to undergraduates and to use a mentor group. This summary was written for Panel 3 of the 2005 PI ADVANCE meeting.
Four 2 - 2.5 hour brainstorming sessions were held: May 25, 2006; June 16, 2006; July 19, 2006; and, July 27, 2006. The first session was composed of women faculty, the second of male faculty, and the third and fourth sessions were composed of both female and male faculty representatives.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: making transformations permanent, UM ADVANCE, their missions, institutionalization, their new initiatives, sustaining successful transformations, providing administrators with critical data, and continuing transformation in one college.
CWRU’s ADVANCE program presented their initiatives to increase women in STEM at the 2007 PI Meeting. These initiatives (ex: department initiatives grants) span all the way from the top of academia down to campus.
A major point of this presentation is that effort that comes only from outside an institution is not going to create lasting change. Through the University of North Carolina’s ADVANCE program, they looked at policies, practices, structure, and empowerment to create their institutional changes. These are described in this presentation which was given at the 2007 PI Meeting.
How do you get the changes from your ADVANCE institution to be long lasting? This question is addressed in this presentation along with why it is important to have a program that is specific to your institution. This presentation was given at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting.
This presentation covers why institutionalization and benchmark data indicators are important for creating sustainable change.
In order to make sustainable change in an institution through an ADVANCE grant this presentation suggest 7 questions to ask. Examples from different institutions along with a list of best practices are included. This presentation was given at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting.
The University of Washington’s ADVANCE program for faculty in personal and professional transitions throughout their careers is covered in this presentation. Some data and graphs on distribution and outcomes are included. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting.
In 2005 Virginia Tech’s ADVANCE program created a summary of the changes they have supported in their institution for the 2005 PI meeting. Some of these are working with different schools within the university such as the graduate school and making changes in the universities strategic plan.
This presentation is an overview of the work lead by the ADVANCE Program at Georgia Tech. Lists of their initiatives along with statistics on success are included
To help with increasing the number of women in STEM fields at the time of hire the ADVANCE program at the University of California-Irvine put together new forms and processes. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting, and includes graphs and results.
To celebrate the transition from grant funding to university support, AdvanceVT interviewed many of the individual who have been involved in the program since its inception in 2003 and prepared this six minute video.
Lehigh ADVANCE will contribute to effective policies and programs for institutional transformation.
The University’s plans for cluster hiring and growth in interdisciplinary programs such as Environment, Health, and Information Science and Engineering will provide the opportunity to test model programs and to conduct social science research of the effectiveness of these programs. Lehigh will institutionalize the programs found to be most effective by embedding these programs within implementation of its 2009 Strategic Plan.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting covers an evaluation of the first two rounds of ADVANCE IT project awards and the impact they have had in three key areas: policies, practices, and structural changes.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting presents an overview of ADVANCE programs at Kansas State, including various programs initiatives and institutionalization.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting covers: an overview of the ADVANCE- IT grant at Columbia University, its institutionalization, the goals, programs, diversity programs and initiatives to increase the representation of women and minorities.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting provides an overview of the evolution of ADVANCE at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting covers: an overview of programs and strategies put in place at North Dakota State university for women advancements and retention and ways to engage men to be part of the process.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting describes institutionalization of ADVANCE at UC Irvine through leadership, resource allocation process, consistent dissemination and articulation
of University policies and campus procedures, training, building on strengths and broadening the mission.
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 the impact of ADVANCE at the University of Washington.
Slides from the 2010 PI meeting highlighting evolution and adaptation strategies employed by the Iowa State ADVANCE program.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers: key factors and strategies that help in institutionalizing ADVANCE programs.