This webpage is a sub-collection of the Grant Programs webpage. The links on this webpage are on the topic of developing personal leadership in positions of management.
The Leadership Program provides different mechanisms of support to encourage women faculty who are interested in pushing their careers to the next level by becoming academic administrators or assuming some role of scholarly scientific leadership in the national community.
The NSF ADVANCE Program at the Earth Institute at Columbia University provides funding for women scientists and engineers in the form of leadership opportunities and support for continued research productivity. Funding is available for research workshops for Spring 2009.
The Leadership Support Fund provides tenured and tenure-track women science and engineering faculty with the means to attend Leadership Programs or Academic Administration Training provided by other institutions
Rice ADVANCE offers travel support for female faculty to attend leadership programs. This webpage provides criteria and the processes involved with being awarded a travel grant.
Taking on a position of scientific leadership such as becoming president or vice president of a scientific society or professional organization, or assuming editorship of a journal can be essential elements in advancing a scientist’s academic career. However, these opportunities often require significant investments of time that may hinder one’s research. Some scientists decide to turn down leadership opportunities due to the competing demands of their own labs or academic commitments.
The ADVANCING Leaders Program trains 12 tenured participants from the Las Cruces and Doña Ana campuses annually. This year-long leadership program was established in 2004 and has trained more than 40 faculty to date, with up to two participants from each of the six academic colleges and DACC participating per year.
The goal of NSF ADVANCE is to “increase the representation and advancement of women in academic science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers”. This award program is to provide leadership development grants to promote the advancement of women faculty in STEM departments.
The Rising Tide Center is pleased to offer a second round of grant awards with funds available to support a variety of research and professional development activities and featuring a new offering for a limited number of applicants this year – the Personalized Leadership Institute.
This award program will provide professional development grants to promote the advancement of women faculty in STEM and SBS units at UMaine.
The Rising Tide Center would like to provide a limited number of candidates the opportunity to pursue extensive leadership training and administrative career development through participation in of a series of training events and activities. Applicants are invited to design a personalized plan that will expand their skills in communication, negotiation and team building, budgeting and finance, strategic planning, and other leadership arenas.
Starting August 25, 2011, Lehigh ADVANCE is accepting applications for a new small grant to help STEM faculty move from discussion of interdisciplinary collaboration and leadership in meetings and seminars to action that has an impact on their careers.
The funds can be used towards travel by Lehigh faculty and visiting scholars to promote interdisciplinary collaboration or for assistance to Lehigh faculty towards tuition and travel to attend a professional leadership program.