Other News & Updates
April 7th, 2014
A panel discussion regarding how language frames images of women, creates stereotypes, and how best to avoid falling prey to these traps when communicating will be held on April 22nd from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM in SAU Room 1829, cohosted by the Center for Women and Gender, the NSF AdvanceRIT team, and CLA Women’s and Gender Studies Committee. This session will include 6 panelists, a presentation ...Read More »April 7th, 2014
On Tuesday, April 15, there will be a reception for the women of the RIT and Rochester communities with the Deaf, United Nations Humanitarian Award Winner, Dr. Liisa Kauppinen. This event will be held in the Dyer Art Gallery at LBJ Hall from 7:00 to 9:30 PM. Click here to register fo...Read More »April 4th, 2014
On April 18th, from 8:30 AM to 12 PM in the Bamboo Room, located in Room 2610/2650 in the Campus Center, Dr. Christopher Lee will be holding an interactive session regarding faculty development. He will be discussing tools to support productive dialogue among faculty and academic department and center leaders. In this session, participants will learn about:
March 10th, 2014
The AdvanceRIT program team is extending an invitation to Faculty Search and Selection Committees to meet with prospective faculty candidates during their visit to campus.
AdvanceRIT’s Coffee with the Candidates are designed to be very informal and brief yet provide information on program initiatives. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Laurie Clayton @ X5-7844 or lacpro@r...Read More »February 27th, 2014
Women in Science (WISe) and NSF AdvanceRIT Connectivity Series Present Dr. Anne Kress: Leading Institutional Change
On Thursday, March 6th, from 12:30 - 1:30, Dr. Anne Kress will join RIT women faculty for a lunch session and informal dialogue around women’s leadership within the academy. MCC President Kress will share her story on how she achieved success in academic leadership w...Read More »February 17th, 2014
AdvanceRIT Connectivity Series: Effective Negotiation: A COACh Workshop for Women Faculty, PhD, Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellows. These seminars are designed to build understanding of mutual interest based negotiations and solution finding.
Session 1: Monday, March 17, 8:30 am – Noon for faculty, click ...Read More »February 16th, 2014
Read the University News story here....Read More »January 29th, 2014
What's getting in the way of advancing your career? Self-doubt? Workplace bias? Competing demands?
AdvanceRIT can help.
Read More »January 29th, 2014
Join us Feb. 13 as AdvanceRIT launches a series of activities geared toward helping you overcome these challenges and transform your career. ConnectGrant awardees will also be announced.
Thursday, February 13, 2014
RIT University Gallery...
Join your colleagues at this Mid-Tenure Review panel discussion where you can ask questions about requirements for mid-tenure review.
January 21st, 2014
Hosted by Faculty Career Development Services (FCDS), the event is an opportunity for pre-tenure faculty to learn about this important review process from faculty who have served on mid-tenure committees and recently tenured faculty.
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Where: SAU - Student Alumni Union (04), 1829
When: January, 23, 2014 10:00am - 12:00pm
Who: RIT Women Faculty
In this session, PI’s from RIT’s NSF ADVANCE project will introduce the ADVANCE@RIT project and explain why career navigation for women faculty is one focus of the project. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their interest in learning about career navigatio...Read More »January 6th, 2014
Academic Affairs COACHE Taskforce, ADVANCE@RIT and The Wallace Center Faculty Career Development Services present the 2012 COACHE Faculty Workplace Satisfaction Survey Open Forum. All faculty are invited to attend.
January, 07, 2014 1:00pm - 2:30pm CPC - Campus Center (03), 2650
Join Dr. Todd Benson and RIT’s COACHE Task Force for an interactive discussion on best practices for institutio...Read More »December 12th, 2013
As part of RIT’s continued commitment to faculty success and career development, Provost Jeremy Haefner announced the Connect Grants Program. This new grants program offered by the ADVANCE Connect@RIT project, Faculty Career Development Services (FCDS) and the Office of the Provost is designed to support the leadership and career development of all tenured and tenure-track fac...Read More »November 25th, 2013
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 »November 25th, 2013
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 »October 29th, 2013
The ADVANCE Connect@RIT project and the Office of the Provost will soon announce a 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 and enhance plans of work associated with tenure and promotion preparation and overall career adva...Read More »October 29th, 2013
The RIT ADVANCE Connect@RIT program, Creating Opportunity Networks for Engagement and Collective Transformation, is now in its second year. The grant research team has been building collaborations with campus partners, laying the groundwork for upcoming faculty programming, and raising awareness of the project among faculty.
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Several activities across campus are associat...
President Destler writes about the value of the RIT NSF ADVANCE project in providing role models for women students. Read the full article here....Read More »May 16th, 2013
On May 4, 2013, the Connect@RIT Leadership Team hosted a booth at Imagine RIT, the annual innovation festival that attracts more than 30,000 visitors to the RIT campus. The theme for our booth was the important role women play in innovation. We developed posters highlighting key technological advancements developed by women through the years, with a focus on how our everyday lives have be...Read More »May 16th, 2013
At the close of the academic year RIT hosts the Faculty Institute on Teaching and Learning (FITL), an event that offers opportunities to network, present, and learn through workshops, seminars, and speakers. For the 2013 FITL, the Connect@RIT leadership team presented two workshops and hosted an expo booth to engage faculty and build awareness about the project across disciplines. The the...Read More »May 16th, 2013
Members of the RIT Leadership Team attended their first NSF ADVANCE PI Conference in Alexandria, Va., in March 2013. The conference offered team members significant opportunities to learn, share information, and seek guidance and insight. The conference included a full-day training for first-time recipients of the ADVANCE grant and two days of ADVANCE workshops and training for past and present aw...Read More »