Each year there is a meeting of all the principle members from ADVANCE award organizations and institutions. Materials from 2007 can be found below.
This presentation on institutional transformation by the University of California-Irvine’s ADVANCE institution explains how they were able to create changes to promote women in STEM. These are leadership, academic planning, resource allocation and faculty rewards, faculty recruitment and retention, and accountability. This presentation was given at the 2007 PI meeting.
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.
An overview of research methods is provided in this presentation for the 2007 PI Meeting. Links and resources are listed.
Results from the COACHE Survey of tenure-track faculty job satisfaction are reported in this presentation for the 2007 PI Meeting. Dimensions of the work environment, differences between STEM male and female faculty, and recommendations to improve the experiences of STEM women are discussed.
This presentation is an overview of the ADVANCE program at UIC. It covers some of their initiatives and who has applied to their programs. Provided in this presentation is the University of Illinois-Chicago efforts to increase the number of female post doctoral students in STEM. Their ADVANCE program set up a program with funding and was able to offer a small handful of positions. The support those students were given, how they were chosen, and why this program is important is explained in this presentation
Presented at the 2007 ADVANCE PI meeting is a study on the different ways to the doctoral degree by the University of Texas-El Paso’s ADVANCE program. The procedure, findings with many quotations, and observations are included.
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.
This presentation by the University of Michigan’s ADVANCE program focuses on how to measure change when trying to increase women in STEM. Their measures and findings are reported. This presentation was given at the 2007 PI meeting.
This document is a list of compiled references on women in academia. It was handed out at the 2007 ADVANCE PI Meeting.
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.