November 6, 2015
Liberal Arts Hall (06), Stan McKenzie Faculty Commons
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Service work is an excellent way for faculty to familiarize yourself with the institution and allow you to become better known among your peers. However, faculty often find it difficult to find the balance between too much service and not enough. Often the reason new faculty take on ...
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Combining research, policy and programming to enhance recruitment, retention and advancement opportunities for women faculty in STEM disciplines.
November 6, 2015
October 29, 2015
On October 29th, a Connect Grants Award Reception will be held for the recipients of this year's grant. There, they will be receiving a certificate and have the opportunity to meet with past years' awardees.
This is an invite-only reception. Please contact Korrie Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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The wage gap between recent male and female college graduates is narrowing and, in some cases, even reversing, but that those earnings gains by women dissipate the longer they remain in the workforce, according to a new analysis by Federal Reserve economists.
While studies have long shown the gender pay gap to be a stubbornly persistent phenomenon—with women earning somewhere between ...
Dr. Laurie Clayton, program director of the NSF AdvanceRIT Project, has been nominated for the Presidential Award for Outstanding Staff. The awards ceremony begins at 10 AM on October 8 in Ingle Auditorium. The Presidential Award is given to staff members whose work has shown outstanding service and dedication to RIT.
To read more about the Presidential Awards for Outstanding Staff, ...