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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.
News & Events
On Friday, May 2, from 1:30 to 4:30 PM in 78-2130, Paul Tymann will deliver a workshop on the NSF proposal review process. The workshop will discuss the following topics:
- the proposal review process from submission of a proposal to award or decline
- elements of a good review
- NSF merit criteria (intellectual merit and broader impacts)
- elements of a good ...Read More »
WiSTEE Connect will host its first regional event, “Lean In Together with WiSTEE Connect – Perspective and Insights on Being a Woman in Science, Technology, Engineering and Entrepreneurship” from 3 to 5 PM Monday, April 28, at the Vignelli Center. The event, which will include a roundtable discussion and a networking session, aims to connect women across universities and businesses i...Read More »
A panel discussion regarding effective strategies for professional advancement, including awards recognition, tenure, and promotion, will be held on Thursday, May 1, from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM in the Reading Room on the second floor of the Campus Center. Read More »
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April 2nd, 2014
Professor Maureen Valentine was named 2013 Rochester Engineer of the Year by the Rochester Engineering Society. Professor Valentine serves as an associate dean for the College of Applied Science and Technology and co-PI for NSF ADVANCE Connect@RIT.
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