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UW ADVANCE, Center for Institutional Change http://www.engr.washington.edu/advance/
If you are faced with any prohibited behavior as identified by the UW Policy and Procedure on Violence in the Workplace, here are the steps you must take...
This presentation from the 2004 ADVANCE PI meeting about UW ADVANCE contains tips on hiring and retaining diverse faculty.
Are you a women scientist or engineer with your Ph.D. who is currently working in consulting, industry, or a national/research laboratory and is curious about a future career in academia? Are you wondering about how to make that transition? The On-Ramps into Academia workshop might be just for you.
This toolkit was written to assist Department Chairs in retaining their faculty across all ranks. These best practices should be applied to all faculty, not just the stars of a department. Retention efforts, when applied equitably to all faculty, can improve the general climate for everyone and can lead to better productivity and greater satisfaction for all faculty.
“This page provides general information about processing leave requests that may be covered by the FMLA or FCA. Detailed processing instructions for leave requests that may be covered by the FCA and/or FMLA fall into one of the following categories: 1. Leave because of a personal health condition. This includes any health care provider appointments because of pregnancy or inability to work for pregnancy related reasons. 2. Leave to care for a family member with a serious health condition. 3. Leave to care f
A key focus of the University of Washington ADVANCE CIC is leadership development. Through half-day quarterly ADVANCE Leadership workshops, department chairs, deans, and other faculty are offered professional development workshops to help them become more effective leaders.
UW ADVANCE webpage listing topics and resources from Jr. Faculty workshops
Article on mentoring new faculty
Handout from the presentation on analyzing flexible policy options for faculty at the 2008 ISU ADVANCE Conference in Panel 3 on analyzing flexible policy options for faculty.
The Leadership, Communities, and Values Initiative (LCVI) and the UW ADVANCE Center for Institutional Change joined forces in 2006 to design and offer leadership workshops for deans, associate deans, department chairs and emerging leaders. The workshops began during the 2006-2007 academic year and continue to be offered this year. These workshops will be modeled after ADVANCE's successful quarterly leadership workshops for department chairs and deans in science, engineering, and mathematics.
From this webpage information about a University of Washington’s benefits and work/life can be found.
LEAD is a series of national leadership workshops, offered annually, for department chairs, deans and emerging leaders in science, engineering and mathematics (SEM), which address departmental and university culture and the professional development of faculty.
This is a report that looks at the top 50 research universities in science and engineering to examine the gender gap. “Disparities in hiring and retention between male and female science and engineering faculty place women at a distinct disadvantage at all levels, from undergraduate to full professor. Women faculty are poorly represented in science and engineering departments of research universities. This has grave repercussions for undergraduate and graduate students who are bereft of female role models a
PPT from the 2004 ADVANCE PI meeting about UW ADVANCE, promotion and tenure at UW, and resources for faculty.
Home page for the UW Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity.
Covered in this posted from the 2009 PI Meeting covers a workshop on the topic of on-ramps. The topics on this poster are: goals of on-ramps, post-workshop participant support, speakers from the workshop, and topics from the workshop.
To create a campus in which all SEM departments are thriving, all faculty are properly mentored, the diversity among faculty are recognized, and every SEM faculty member is achieving his or her maximum potential.
This presentation from the 2004 ADVANCE PI meeting about UW ADVANCE includes tips on hiring and retaining a diverse faculty.
The University of Washington’s ADVANCE program for faculty in personal and professional transitions throughout their careers is covered in this presentation. Some data and graphs on distribution and outcomes are included. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting.
PPT from the 2004 ADVANCE PI meeting, describes study findings of UW's family-friendly policies.
This webpage provides the information for how to sign up for the ADVANCE Listserve.
“UW Benefits and WorkLife recognizes the competing demands in your life, and offers programs and services that support the integration of work and personal lives, provide resources for faculty, staff, and students through the different stages of life, promote healthy lifestyles, and create a quality work environment.” Navigation on this website is divided into the topics of Adult/Elder Care, Parenting, Childcare, and Resources and Services.
This links to the PDF of the presentation made by the University of Washington on how effective the workshops for department heads were. The presentation includes information about why these workshops are important, what was effective, and best and worst practices. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting.
PPT from the 2004 ADVANCE PI meeting about UW ADVANCE and the cross department cultural change program.
PPT from the 2004 ADVANCE PI meeting on UW ADVANCE CIC and mentoring for women.
This webpage is a list of recruitments divided into the sections of Faculty Recruitment and Retention, Work/life Issues, Mentoring and Professional Development Resources, and others.
On January 10, 2005, Dr. Denice Denton, dean of engineering and ADVANCE PI at the University of Washington, gave this presentation at the second annual Advancing Women at Virginia Tech workshop.
This presentation from the 2013 PI meeting describes the impact of ADVANCE at the University of Washington.
This presentation from the 2010 PI meeting discusses local, regional, and national strategies for extending the impact of ADVANCE.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers: key factors and strategies that help in institutionalizing ADVANCE programs.