The UCI ADVANCE Program produced the following guidelines for multi-unit searches to ensure that all such searches utilize the campus’ effective practices, including the active participation of Equity Advisors in monitoring the process. The collaboration between Equity Advisors and search committees in multi-unit / multi-disciplinary searches is key to a successful faculty recruitment.
Northeastern University is a National Science Foundation funded ADVANCE Institutional Transformation site. The Northeastern theme is to advance women in interdisciplinary and international networks. This five-year institutional program is closely aligned with the University’s move toward interdisciplinary scholarship and increased global engagement. Northeastern’s distinctive theme is the advancement of women through international networks.
The Irvine Division of the Academic Senate endorses in the strongest terms work-life balance in faculty careers. Such balance is integral to a healthy faculty culture and essential to advancing excellence in the mission of the University of California.
At some time or other, most University employees will be faced with the difficulty of balancing the needs of family with the needs of work. Childbirth, adoption, child care and caring for ill children, spouses, partners and parents are some of the family issues you may encounter. It is the...
The Gender Equity Project has prepared several brochures about professional and skills development. These pieces are frequently updated, so check back often. Please feel free to use these copyrighted materials with proper attribution.
The primary goal of the Career Partners Program is to recruit excellent new faculty to join the regular professorial ranks. In exceptional cases, this program may be used for the retention of current faculty. The Career Partners Program using shared FTE is not the only avenue through which a unit might pursue a partner hire. Deans may choose to set aside portions of their resource allocations to be used exclusively for partner hires.
In this poster, we highlight the brochures and booklets we are developing with funds from the ADVANCE: PAID program. We make these materials available to other universities at cost, to be used in their own efforts at institutional transformation. Included are materials on departmental climate, hiring, and the advancement of women in academia.
The Alliance for the Advancement of Florida’s Academic Women in Chemistry and Engineering (AAFAWCE) has been granted the NSF ADVANCE-PAID award to provide collaborating universities with the mechanisms necessary to support the advancement of women in the professoriate in chemistry and engineering.
The ADVANCE program was institutionalized in 2007 at Georgia Tech. The program focuses on equity in tenure and promotion; faculty development to promote faculty research and advancement; tracking progress on hiring and advancement, particularly of female and underrepresented minority faculty; faculty work-life needs and initiatives, and other aspects of Georgia Tech’s integrated approach to institutionalized factors supporting the full participation and advancement of women.
In 2001, the WST Center became a Georgia Tech center, receiving funding from and reporting to the provost. The WST Center currently reports to Georgia Tech’s Vice President for Institute Diversity, the chief academic diversity officer of the Institute.
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.