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AdvanceRIT Team Papers and Publications

Year 5: July 2016-June 2017


Sharon Mason, Elizabeth Dell, Robert Garrick, Bailey, Margaret, Carol Marchetti, Maureen Valentine. Advocates & Allies: Engaging More Men in Institutional Transformation. Proc. of 2016 ACM & Anita Borg Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas. N.p., 19-21 Oct. 2016. Web.

Elizabeth Dell, Carol Marchetti, Kijana Crawford, Bailey, Margaret, Maureen Valentine and Sharon Mason. Career Navigation Initiatives for Women STEM Faculty in Support of Institutional Transformation. Proc. of 2017 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio. N.p., 25-28 June 2017. Web.

Marchetti, Carol, Maureen Valentine, Sharon Mason, Margaret Bailey, Kijana Crawford, and Elizabeth Dell. No More Duct Tape! Institutionalization of Advance Initiatives. Proc. of 2017 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio. N.p., 25-28 June 2017. Web.

Year 4: July 2015-June 2016


Bailey, Margaret, Elizabeth Dell, Carol Marchetti, Sharon Mason, and Maureen Valentine. Collaboration: The Key to Leading Institutional Transformation. Proc. of 2015 ACM & Anita Borg Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas. N.p., 14-16 Oct. 2015. Web.

Bailey, Margaret, Elizabeth Dell, Carol Marchetti, Sharon Mason, Maureen Valentine, Kijana Crawford, and Wendy Dannels. Connectivity at RIT - Developing & Delivering an Effective Professional Development Workshop Series for Women Faculty in STEM. Proc. of 2016 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. N.p., 26-29 June 2016. Web.

Bailey, Margaret, Jeanne Christman, Laurie Clayton, Elizabeth Dell, Robert Garrick, Carol Marchetti, Sharon Mason, Maureen Valentine, and Yen Verhoeven. Women in Engineering Technology at RIT: Strategies to Recruit, Retain and Advance Women Engineering Technology Faculty and Students. Proc. of Conference for Industry & Education Collaboration, Hyatt Regency Austin, Austin, Texas. N.p., 3-5 Feb. 2016. Web.

Bailey, Margaret, and Carol Marchetti. Into the Light: Diffusing Controversy and Increasing Transparency in the AdvanceRIT Salary Equity Study Process. Proc. of 2016 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. N.p., 26-29 June 2016. Web.

Crawford, Kijana. Tailor-Made: Meeting the Unique Needs of Women of Color STEM-SBS Faculty through Mentoring. Proc. of 45th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, Camino Real Hotel & Conference Center, El Paso, Texas. N.p., 24 Oct. 2015. Web.

Crawford, Kijana, Andrea Hickerson, Henry Hinesley, Dena Swanson, and Tomicka Wagstaff. Considerations for the Effective Mentoring and Work-Life Balance of STEM Women of Color Faculty. Proc. of Malmo University/RIT Symposium, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. N.p., 8-10 Oct. 2015. Poster presentation.

Dannels, W. and Utley, P. (2015). Say Yes to Accountability Mentoring Partnership. Workshop given at the Annual Conference of Deaf Women United. Berkeley CA, July 15-19, 2015.

Foster, Susan, and Denise Kavin. Pathways of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women to Careers in Academia: Stories of Talent, Persistence, Creativity and Resilience. Proc. of Annual Conference of the Western Social Science Association, Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, Portland, Oregon. N.p., 8-11 Apr. 2015. Web.

Kavin, D., Foster, S. & Crawford, K. (submitted January 2016). The Networking Experiences of Deaf/ Hard of Hearing Women faculty in Postsecondary Settings. American Annals of the Deaf. January, 2016.

RIT Ally Training: Men as Allies in Gender Equity; presented by Rogen Green (NDSU), Rob Gordon (NDSU) and Rob Garrick (RIT) at RIT’s Ally Training Workshop, March 3 2016.

Schley, S. and Foster, S. (2016) Career Pathways of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Female and Male Faculty: Similarities and Differences by Gender and Hearing Status. Presentation given at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Society, Reno, NV April 13-16, 2016.

Schley, S. Foster, S. (2016) Networking and Career Satisfaction of Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Hearing Female and Male Faculty: Similarities and Differences. Western Social Sciences Association, April 10-16 2016.

Year 3: July 2014-June 2015


Bailey, M., C. Marchetti, S. Mason, E. Dell, M. Valentine. (2015) Institutional transformation guided by a multi-frame organizational analysis approach. 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, WA. 14-17 June 2015. n.p. Web.

Crawford, D.K. (2015) Tailor-Made: Meeting the Unique Needs of Women of Color STEM-SBS Faculty through Mentoring, 45 Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, El Paso, Texas, October 24, 2015.

Crawford, K., Wagstaff, T., Swanson, Dena, Hickerson, A., Hinesley, H. (2015) Considerations for the Effective Mentoring and Work-Life Balance of STEM Women of Color Faculty. Malmo University/RIT Symposium, Rochester, NY 8-10 October 2015. Poster.

Dannels, W. and Utley, P. (2015). Say Yes to Accountability Mentoring Partnership. Workshop given at the Annual Conference of Deaf Women United. Berkeley CA, July 15-19, 2015.

Dell, E., Bailey, M., Clayton L. Christman, J. Garrick, R. Marchetti, C. Mason, S., Valentine, M. and Verhoeven, Y. (2016) Women in Engineering Technology at RIT: Strategies to Recruit, Retain and Advance Women Engineering Technology Faculty and Students; Conference for Industry & Education Collaboration; Austin, TX; February, 2016.

Dell, E., Bailey, M., Valentine, M. Mason, S. Marchetti, C. Crawford, K. and Dannels, W. (2016) Connectivity at RIT - Developing & Delivering an Effective Professional Development Workshop Series for Women Faculty in STEM; 2016 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition; New Orleans, LA. June, 2016.

Foster, S. and Kavin, D. (2015). Pathways of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women to Careers in Academia: Stories of Talent, Persistence, Creativity and Resilience. Annual Conference of the Western Social Science Association, Portland OR. April 2015.

Kavin, D., Foster, S. & Crawford, K. (submitted January 2016). The Networking Experiences of Deaf/ Hard of Hearing Women faculty in Postsecondary Settings. American Annals of the Deaf.

Marchetti, C., Mason, S., Valentine, M., Dell, E., Bailey, M. (2015) Collaboration: The Key to Leading Institutional Transformation. Proceedings from 2015 ACM & Anita Borg Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Houston, TX. 14-16 October 2015.

Mason, S., M. Bailey, C. Marchetti, E. Dell, A. Rommel, M. Valentine, L. Clayton. (2015) AdvanceRIT Connect grants: Driving momentum for disruptive change for women STEM Faculty. 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, WA. 14-17 June 2015. n.p. Web.

RIT Ally Training: Men as Allies in Gender Equity; presented by Rogen Green (NDSU), Rob Gordon (NDSU) and Rob Garrick (RIT) at RIT’s Ally training Workshop, March 3 2016.

Schley, S. Foster, S. (2016) Networking and Career Satisfaction of Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Hearing Female and Male Faculty: Similarities and Differences WSSA, April 10-16 2016.

Schley, S. and Foster, S. (2016). Career Pathways of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Female and Male Faculty: Similarities and Differences by Gender and Hearing Status. Presentation given at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Society, Reno, NV April 13-16, 2016.

Year 2: July 2013-June 2014


Bailey, M., C. Marchetti, S. Mason, B. Blaine, M. Valentine, E. Dell, and L. Clayton. (2015) Institutional Transformation Guided by a Multi-frame Organizational Analysis Approach. 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, WA. 14-17 June. n.p. Web.

Crawford, D. K. (2014) Considerations for the Effective Mentoring of STEM Women of Color Faculty at a Striving Private Technical University, 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education, Madrid, Spain. 22-25 October.

Crawford, D. K. (2014) The Effect of Institution Mission Drift on STEM Faculty Career Advancement at a Striving University, 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education, Madrid, Spain. 22-25 October.

Crawford, D. K. (2015) Women of Color Professors’ Perceptions of Professional-Personal Life Balance at a Private University, 6th International Community, Work, and Family Conference, Malmo, Sweden, 19-22 May.

Crawford, D. K. and Hinesley, H. (2015) Digital Sociology: Digital Structures, Digital Institutions: Education • Effective Digital Media: Use of Social Media to Advance the Careers of Women of Color. Eastern Sociological Society Conference, New York, NY, 26-28 February.

Kavin, D., and Foster, S. (2015) The Networking, Mentoring and Career Pathways Experience of Deaf/HH Women Faculty in Postsecondary Settings. Annual Conference of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, Rochester NY, 21-25 April.

Foster, S. and Kavin, D. (2015) Pathways of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women to Careers in Academia: Stories of Talent, Persistence, Creativity and Resilience. Annual Conference of the Western Social Science Association, Portland, OR, 8-11 April.

Mason, S., C. Marchetti, M. Bailey (2014) AdvanceRIT: An Institutional Transformation Approach to Improve Issues of Recruitment, Retention and Career Advancement for Women Faculty in STEM. 2014 Anita Borg Institution Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Phoenix, AZ. 8-10 October.

Mason, S., C. Marchetti, M. Bailey, D. K. Crawford, S. Foster, E. Dell, L. Clayton, S. Baum, M. Valentine. (2014) Institutional Transformation at a Large Private Technical University: Reporting on the Accomplishments of a Combined Data Driven Top Down and Bottom Up Approach. 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), Madrid, Spain. 22-25 October. n.p. Web.

Mason, S., C. Marchetti, M. Bailey, E. Dell, M. Valentine, and L. Clayton. (2015) AdvanceRIT Connect Grants: Driving Momentum for Disruptive Change for Women STEM Faculty. 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, WA. 14-17 June. n.p. Web.

Wagstaff, T., Crawford, D. K., Swanson, D., Hickerson, A., Hinesley, H. (2015) Considerations for the Effective Mentoring and Work-Life Balance of STEM Women of Color. 28th Annual National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE 2015), 26-30 May (Poster session).

2015 NSF ADVANCE/GSE Workshop, Baltimore, MD. 31 May – 2 June.
• Drs. Zurn-Birkhimer, Foster and Escontrías, Jr., Integration of Culture as a Study Context
• Foster, S., Blizzard, D., Crawford, D. K., Kavin, D., Uniting Diverse Women Faculty Through the Shared Experience of Marginalization
• Carol Marchetti, Leading Institutional Transformation Through Collaboration (Poster Session)

Year 1: July 2012-June 2013


Crawford, DeLois (“Kijana”) (2014, under review) Considerations for the Effective Mentoring of STEM Women of Color Faculty at Rochester Institute of Technology, 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education, Madrid, Spain. 22-25 October 2014.

Crawford, DeLois (“Kijana”), (2014, under review) The Effect of Institution Mission Drift on STEM Faculty Career Advancement at a Striving University, 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education, Madrid, Spain. 22-25 October 2014.

Presenter: K. Crawford. (2014) “Exclusion from Influential Networks: A Key Barrier to the Career Advancement of Women of Color Faculty at Rochester Institute of Technology. American Association of Behavioral and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, February 26-28, 2014.  

Poster Session Presenters: Alexis Eyo, McNair Scholar and WoC Team leader and Senior Personnel Kijana Crawford. (2014) “Exploratory Model of AALANA Female Tenure Bound Divergence Behaviors” McNair Scholar’s Conference, Baltimore, MD, March, 2014. 

Presenters: Crawford and Hinesley. “Invisible Social Justice Considerations for Women of Color Faculty at Rochester Institute of Technology” Easter Sociological Society 84th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD February 20-23. 

Mason, S. (2014, under review) AdvanceRIT: An Institutional Transformation Approach to Improve Issues of Recruitment, Retention and Career Advancement for Women Faculty in STEM. 2014 Anita Borg Institution Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Phoenix, AZ. 8-10 October 2014.

Mason, S., Marchetti, C., Bailey, M., Baum, S., Valentine, M. (2014) “Faculty Awards at a Large Private Institution: An Indicator of Evolving University Values?” 2014 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana. 15-18 June 2014. n.p. Web. 

Mason, S., Marchetti, C., Crawford, D.K., Foster, S., Dell, e., Clayton, L., Bailey, M., Baum, S., Valentine, M. (2014, under review) Institutional Transformation at a Large Private Technical University: Reporting on the Accomplishments of a Combined Data Driven Top Down and Bottom Up Approach. 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education, Madrid, Spain. 22-25 October 2014.

Presenter: K. Crawford. “Professional-Personal Life Balance Considerations for Women of Color at Rochester Institute of Technology, Work, Resource, Family, Network Symposium, June 20-23, New York City. 

L. Clayton Presenter. (2014) “Using Faculty and Staff Survey Results to Guide Institutional Change”, Assessment Network of New York Conference, April 28 – 30, 2014, Rochester, NY. 

Benchmarking

Benchmarking

The AdvanceRIT team work is founded in research and best practices.  Before developing our own programming, benchmarking is conducted to inform the activities, events, policies and committees. Several benchmarking documents have emerged as a product of this including:


2017

Unconscious Bias Education Benchmarking

Promotion to Full Professor

Engaging Faculty in Interdisciplinary Research: Challenges and Best Practices from a Career Development Perspective


2016

Promotion to Full Professor

Conflict Resolution

Faculty Evaluation Resources


2015

Flexible Work Arrangement Resources


2014

Faculty Evaluation System Recommendations

Maternity, Return, and Emergency Childcare Benchmarking

Appendix A. Maternity Leave Policy Benchmarking 12.12.2013

Appendix B. Return to Work Policy Benchmarking 12.12.2013

Appendix C. Emergency Childcare Benchmarking 12.12.2013

RIT Organizations and Services Supporting Women