Louisiana Tech University
Advancing Faculty Program http://www.advance.latech.edu/
The ADVANCEing Faculty Women in STEM Awards Banquet is held each spring to provide recognition for accomplishments of women faculty and their supporters on campus. Among the categories will be awards for outstanding research (publication, funding success, patents, graduate students) and outstanding teaching...
The ADVANCEing Faculty Career Networking Awards Program targets tenure-track or tenured women who are building their research program or expanding their research into a new area. Applicants to this program must provide a clear proposal with goals that include specific activities to increase their exposure to senior colleagues at other institutions who can serve as collaborators, role models and sponsors.
The sections of this presentation are defining a leader, manager v. leader, definition of leadership style, authoritarian, democratic, laissez fair, gender and leadership styles, and future readings.
This brochure has sections titled Faculty Lunch, Training Modules, Career Networking, Distinguished Lectureships, Goals, and others.
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
The announcements on this webpage are about the faculty mentoring workshop, the pre-review process, and the executive coaching program.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Career Development Workshops are offered up to three times per academic year and focus on topics such as: communication; negotiation; ...
The ADVANCEing Faculty Distinguished Lectureship Program brings senior women faculty to the Tech campus to interact with faculty and students; network on issues related to research, teaching, and professional development; and serve as positive role models.
The parts of this newsletter are about MentorNet.
This document is a list of information about this grant program.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Program in the College of Engineering and Science (COES) at Louisiana Tech University strives to create a culture of success for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through a college-wide, systemic, sustainable approach. This approach provides a framework and resources to educate and enable all faculty to participate in a supportive work environment that enhances job satisfaction, research productivity and retention.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Program offers training modules for faculty and administrators in a variety of venues, from brown bag lunch seminars to workshops to retreats.
The goal of the ADVANCEing Faculty Executive Coaching Program is to assist faculty with professional and personal growth, academic and career guidance, and leadership development. Interested faculty can apply to participate in a 2 - 3 session coaching program with a professional coach for women faculty and administrators...
The sections of this presentation are what is networking, your networking universe, networking quiz, 10 commandments of networking, and closing tips.
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.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Grant Writing Program targets junior faculty seeking federal funding who have either: 1. not previously received federal funding, or 2. are applying for a significantly higher level of federal funding, or 3. are applying in a new and significantly different program for federal funding.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Program sponsors monthly Faculty Lunches at the Ropp Center on campus. The goal of this program is to provide an opportunity for faculty to network, as well as hear news and updates on upcoming programs and events. Each lunch will include a short, interactive mini-program on a professional development or leadership topic. The schedule for the 2009-2010 academic year is listed below.
The ADVANCEing Faculty Mentoring Program has, as its objective, to: 1. provide support for faculty related to career activities; 2. communicate institutional expectations in research, teaching and service; and 3. assist faculty in becoming better socialized in the broader college and university culture.
The sections of this presentation are the top ten things that new faculty need to know, mentoring works, benefits for mentors, benefits for institution, guidelines for mentors, guidelines for administrators, qualities of a great mentoring program, and responsibilities of OWISE office.
The sections of this presentation are the goals, the project, the mentoring program, the grant writing program, the monthly faculty lunch at the Ropp Program, distinguished lectureship program, and others.
Description of Louisiana Tech's ADVANCE PAID program, including networking, mentoring, leadership development, and worklife policies.