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Combining research, policy and programming to enhance recruitment, retention and advancement opportunities for women faculty in STEM disciplines.

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Dr. Anne Kress speaks at an AdvanceRIT Connectivity Session
Advance at Imagine RIT
Advance at NSF Program Meeting 2013
Advance Launch Dr. van der Meulen Cornell University
Connect Grant Awardees 2014
Daring Appreciation Panel 2014
Dr. Carol Marchetti AdvanceRIT Co-PI
Dr. Margaret Bailey AdvanceRIT PI
Dr. Shalini Khazanchi, Saunders College of Business
Professor Santosh Kurinec KGCOE
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Continuing the Conversation: Success Strategies

Continuing the Conversation: Success Strategies

May 2, 2016
SAU - Clark A
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

This event is a follow-up to a session hosted by CREW in December: Success Strategies for Research Focused Junior Faculty Women at RIT. Findings from this session will be discussed. Our moderator, Priya Natarajan, will lead a round table discussion about actions RIT can take to support research focused women faculty.
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RIT Diversity Theatre Presents: Photograph 51

RIT Diversity Theatre Presents: Photograph 51

April 6, 2016
Student Innovation Hall (87), Room 1600, The Albert J. Simone Center
6:30 PM

Directed by Tina Chapman DaCosta and written by Anna Ziegler, Photograph 51 is a moving portrait of Rosalind Franklin, one of the great female scientists of the twentieth century, and her fervid drive to map the contours of the DNA molecule. A chorus of physicists relives ...

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Kurinec Chairs Conference in Saudi Arabia on Electronic Materials and Sustainability

Kurinec Chairs Conference in Saudi Arabia on Electronic Materials and Sustainability

Santosh Kurinec, professor of electrical and microelectronic engineering at RIT, was the keynote speaker at the National Science Foundation-King Abdullah University of Science and Technology annual conference on Electronic Materials, Devices and Systems for a Sustainable Future. More than 200 scientists, researchers, university faculty and graduate students attended the conference that took p...

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