The following lists include links to professional societies, caucuses, and other organizations supporting women in science and engineering at all levels. Lists can include national associations and/or campus-specific groups.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: background on CPST, publications, their PAID projects and prior work, and data a study of from professional societies.
This short presentation covers how to be effective in academia and the role that professional societies can play in helping you be effective. Some examples include showing initiative, networking, being a self-manager, having perspective, and being a good follower. This presentation was given at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting session on Perspectives from Members of Professional Societies.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: history of AWM, their early work and their outcomes, AWM's current approach through stages, direct advocacy, and arguments for diversity.
This webpage is a collection of resources such as links to reports, organizations, and societies available at the University of Miami.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: efforts of the physics community, statistics on increases in PhDs, sharing best practices, APS meetings and conferences, and the IUPAP.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: statics showing differences of women at varying career levels, how national societies can make effects compared to institutions, and then how for a society to be successful as an ADVANCE Grantee.
This webpage is a list of campus and outside resources. An example is a link to the American Association of University Professors.
This webpage is a list of links to professional societies, research resources, and resources.
This presentation looks at the percentage of women in AGU and ways to increase those percentages. The presentation suggests to educate, engage, do outreach, facilitate, and partner and collaborate. This presentation was given at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting in the Concurrent Session 8 called Perspectives From Members of Professional Societies.
ADVANCE is collecting information about other campus organizations and programs that share similar goals and objectives." Example organizations include African-American Studies or Faculty Senate.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: advocates for diversity, current state of affairs, and the AWIS diversity task force
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: AOU proportion of student members and total members who are women, how women have dropped out of the pipeline, how the society has aged, and women in societies.
This webpage is a list of organizations such as the American Association of University Women.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: Senator Kaufman, evaluating awareness of the role of engineers in the economy, the 2008 Farm Bill, and the STEM Education Coordination Act.
ESWN is an international peer-mentoring network of women in the Earth Sciences, many of whom are in the early stages of their careers. Our mission is to promote career development, build community, provide opportunities for informal mentoring and support, and facilitate professional collaborations.
This presentation from the 2011PI Meeting covers women of color in the STEM discipline using professional society data.
Presentation describing the CCAS ADVANCE project to incorporate gender equity into training programs for deans and department heads.
Mathematical Association of America study of gender discrepancies in awards and recognition.