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.
WiSTEE Connect (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Entrepreneurship) is collaborating with the OSA Foundation to organize the 2nd international symposium “Global Women of Light” (GWL) at the 2017 Frontiers in Optics on 17 September 2017 in Washington DC, US. The program will be hosted at the Headquarters of OSA, The Optical Society from 9:00-14:30.
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Date: May 16, 2017 Read More »
Times: 9:00am - 11:00am and 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: Center for Student Development (CSD) 1300/1310 - NTID
AdvanceRIT again welcomes the acclaimed Michigan Players, this time as “The Chair's Role in Faculty
Mentoring” - fashioned as three thematically related vignettes. This interactive works...
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. Read More »
Nichole Jones, a chemistry education junior, attended the Women in Science Conference in Tulsa this week with the Oklahoma State Chapter of the American Chemical Society.
The American Chemical Society is a student organization that works on professional development of all students majoring in chemistry-related fields. ACS meets every other Tuesday at OSU.
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