Keep an eye out for the upcoming launch of the Connect Grants for Leadership and Career Development. The ADVANCE Connect@RIT project and the Office of the Provost will soon announce this NEW grants program to support leadership and career development for women and men tenured and tenure-track faculty at RIT. Connect Grants are designed to broaden faculty opportunities an...Read More »
Understand. Enhance. Transform.
NSF ADVANCE Connect@RIT is a five-year, multi-faceted program intended to enhance recruitment, retention and advancement opportunities for women faculty in STEM disciplines. The program combines research, policy and programming intended to drive long-term changes that will transform RIT’s culture and promote innovation.
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The NSF has awarded the RIT ADVANCE team $122,000 supplemental funding to broaden the impact of activities already planned around dual career hires. This program will establish a sustainable, high-quality business process/practice on the RIT campus to support dual career academic hires, specifically those that bring high-quality female academic faculty hires within STEM disciplines to RIT. Fundi...Read More »
This session for women faculty is part of a series that will address issues related to career navigation: goal setting, effective networking, self-agency, career coaching, writing groups, crucial conversations and work/life balance. ADVANCE co-PI Dr. Carol Marchetti will present the workshop during intercession. Don't miss it on January, 23, 2014 10:00am - 12:00pm SAU - Student Alumni Union (...Read More »
Dr. Jie Qiao recently gave a talk about women leadership in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Entrepreneurship; bridging the gap between Science and Business; and providing a forum to learn, connect and lead. Watch the video at http://www.osa.org/media_library/searchresultsvideo.aspx?Id=2781172870001...Read More »