There are 12 ADVANCE activities that are designed to transform Texas A&M University by increasing gender equity for women STEM faculty. Each activity is aligned with one or more of the Psychologically Healthy Workplace (PHW) practices – the underlying, evidence-based framework for this initiative. The activities are organized into 3 broad categories: Climate Change, Success Enchancement and Recruitment and Retention.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting covers: an overview of the ADVANCE- IT grant at Columbia University, its institutionalization, the goals, programs, diversity programs and initiatives to increase the representation of women and minorities.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting gives a broad overview of programs, policies, and strategies that University of California Davis has put in place to broaden participation and
inclusion of women at the institution.
This link contains information on the Women's Faculty Network (WFN), including listserv and activities calendar. The purpose of the WFN is to empower UTPA female faculty members by advocating for opportunities to advance women’s professional development in research, teaching, and service, while balancing their personal, career, physical, and mental health demands.
This mailing list is for the use of the ADVANCE PIs, Directors, and Program Developers. It will enable us to share best practices, helpful web sites and programs, discuss common goals, etc. You can subscribe here.
The methods and procedures outlined in these toolkits will help you to meet the NSF reporting requirements and conduct effective program evaluations. Toolkits are available here.
The ADVANCE Implementation Mentors Network connects change leaders at ADVANCE grantee institutions to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. advanceaimnetwork.org
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. SBE-0244916, with additional support from the Clare Boothe Luce program of the Henry Luce Foundation. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or the Henry Luce Foundation.