University of Arizona
ADVANCE at University of Arizona http://diversity.arizona.edu/advance-grant
Annotated bibliography on mentoring.
The purpose of this guidebook is to assist faculty in improving merit-based hiring processes and to address unconscious bias to improve reliability and validity of the interview process.
This document provides examples of college and department mentoring programs at the University of Arizona.
NSF ADVANCE at the University of Arizona is a $3.3-million 5-year grant program designed to promote diversity of faculty, to support the full participation and advancement of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) departments, and to provide a model of...
This document is a list of tips on managing bias in reading and writing evaluations.
This document is a set of tips derived from focus groups with junior faculty and others.
This document is a list of evidence based tips for providing the best mentoring experience.
This document covers how disrespect impairs performance, the power of inclusion, and what to do about it.
This document is a set of tips derived from focus groups with junior faculty, and others.
This presentation covers the topics: Understanding unconscious associations, Demonstration of our biases, How unconscious bias affects our behavior, and Breaking free of biases.
The ADVANCE program seeks to actively advance the research and scientific reputation of the University of Arizona by promoting faculty diversity and the equitable treatment of faculty.
This document covers bias, and stereotypes in terms of number - and what to do about it.
The University of Arizona’s ADVANCE Program provides a set of reflections on what worked for their team to be productive in this presentation for the 2008 PI Meeting in a session on Grant Management. An example reflection is “Your budget is not a source of funding for everyone else in the university”.
This document is a list of recommendations on how to make a candidate pool deep and diverse. An example is
This document is a list of tips derived from focus groups with junior faculty and others.
This document is a list of tips on how to institute a mentoring program from the programmatic perspective, the perspective of the protégé, and the perspective of the mentor.
This document provides a description and best practices of mentoring mosaics along with some citations. The sections of this document are: What is a mentoring mosaic? Mosaic of mentors, Benefits of mosaic mentoring, Cyber or e-mentoring.
This document is a list of benefits for proteges and mentors.
This document is a one page list of tips. Example include: encourage collaboration; be responsive and communicative; communicate clear expectations; establish fair guidelines...
Some data and graphs on climate and culture are given in this short document
We all intend to be objective scholars who evaluate others based entirely on individual merit. But research shows that everyone brings social stereotypes and a lifetime of cultural experience to the evaluation process.
This document covers 'what constitutes ineffective mentoring', 'causes of ineffective mentoring', and 'potential effects of ineffective mentoring' with citations.
Handout with tips for improving work-life balance and information about resources at the University of Arizona.
Annotated bibliography on climate issues in higher education.
Handout with tips on how to reduce bias in evaluation.
Handout on ways to reduce bias in the evaluation of faculty.