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Funded through a National Science Foundation ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant (NSF 1209115), with additional support provided by the university, AdvanceRIT is a long-term, multi-faceted project designed to increase and advance women faculty in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines at RIT. Additionally, the project examines the unique challenges experienced by women faculty of color and Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing faculty, and adapts interventions to address the needs of these key sub-populations. 

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Michigan CRLT Players Cuts: Responding to Student Climate Concerns

Michigan CRLT Players Cuts: Responding to Student Climate Concerns


Registration is still open for the Michigan CRLT Players “Cuts: Responding to Student Climate Concerns,” a two-session series, that invites participants to think together about the many forces that can shape campus climate both positively and negatively. Built around a series of vignettes that explore students' experiences of marginalization, each session offers a space where partici...

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Curious about the Mid-Tenure Review Process?

Curious about the Mid-Tenure Review Process?


Join colleagues at the Annual Mid-Tenure Review panel discussion where you can ask questions about requirements for mid-tenure review and learn about this important process from Dr. Christine Licata, Senior Associate Provost, and your colleagues who have earned tenure. Hosted by Faculty Career Development (FCD), a unit within the Innovative Learning Institute (ILI) at RIT.

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First Women’s Caucus launched as part of RIT Academic Senate

First Women’s Caucus launched as part of RIT Academic Senate

New shared governance organization focuses on advocacy and collaboration on important women’s issues

Carol Marchetti, professor of statistics and coordinator of the RIT Women’s Caucus, formally launched the caucus, a new campus advocacy organization, at the Nov. 16 Academic Senate meeting. She shared her vision for the caucus as one of advocacy and involvement.
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