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Upcoming Events:

Dr. Melissa Latimer - "Gender Equity in Academia: Using Dialogical Change to Promote Positive Departmental Climates"

Date: March 26
Time: 
1:10-2:10 
Location: 
Traphagen 100
Presenter: 
Dr. Melissa Latimer 

Join the ADVANCE team and our esteemed guest, Dr. Melissa Latimer for her talk “Gender Equity in Academia: Using Dialogical Change to Promote Positive Departmental Climates”. Dr. Latimer is a Professor of Sociology and Director of the West Virginia University ADVANCE Center. Her most recent research focuses on gender inequality in academia, and organizational change within higher education institutions. This is a talk not to be missed. Be sure to mark your calendars now and come ready to learn more about being an agent for change at MSU. RSVP HERE! 
D
r. Latimer has also provided some of her research for everyone to read prior to her arrival on campus. Gender Transformation in the Academy can be found here

Dr. Joan Williams - "What Works for Women at Work: How to Spot Subtle Bias, and How to Eliminate It."

Date: April 23 
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm with book signing to follow 
Location: SUB Ballroom C
Presenter: Dr. Joan Williams

Joan Williams has played a central role in reshaping the debates over women’s advancement for the past quarter-century. Described as having “something approaching rock star status” by The New York Times, she is Hastings Foundation Chair and Director of the Center for Work-Life Law at the University of California (Hastings). Her eight books include What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know (2014). Media as diverse as Harvard Business Review, O Magazine, Forbes, Human Resource Executive, Jezebel, and the Yale Law Journal have covered her work. She gave the 2008 Massey Lectures at Harvard, delivered in prior years by (among others) Eudora Welty, Gore Vidal and Toni Morrison.

Joan is the Founding Director of Work-Life Law and led the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s 2007 Guidance on Caregiver Discrimination. Currently Joan’s research is focused on how work-family conflict differs at different class locations; on the “culture wars” as class conflict; on how gender differs by race; and the role of gender pressures on men in creating wok-family conflict and gender inequality. 

Joan will be staying after her keynote to sign copies of her book, "What Works for Women at Work." Learn more about the book here

2015 Annual Data Charette 

Date: April 28
Time:
 
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: 
Leigh Lounge 
Presenter:
 Dr. Jessi Smith, PI and Director of ADVANCE with Dr. Sara Rushing, Co-Director of ADVANCE and the Social Science Research Team 

The major findings from the Fall 2013 ADVANCE campus climate survey will be presented in poster session format and your feedback, insights and questions will be collected. Over 250 MSU Bozeman TT faculty and Department Heads participated in this second annual job satisfaction survey. We will present findings on the changes in campus climate from last year, highlight selected institutional data, as well as present snapshots of data from interviews with faculty who left MSU and from those who went through P&T this year. We encourage you to stop by anytime in that hour and a half to enjoy refreshments and engage with the data. Come meet the ADVANCE Social Science Team and learn more about the social science research methods ADVANCE employs.

Effective Research Mentoring with Suzanne Christopher

Dates: May 20, May 27, June 3
Time: 9:00-11:30 a.m. 
Location: Animal Bioscience 145 
Presenter: Dr. Suzanne Christopher, Health and Human Development. 

Are you supervising post-doc, graduate, and undergraduate researchers? How can you most effectively mentor them? Dr. Christopher of MSU’s College of Education Health and Human Development presents her seminar on a case-based approach successfully tested by UW-Madison, providing insights into mentoring skills—and a forum to solve mentoring dilemmas and share strategies for success. Limited to 12 participants; registration required. Register here today 

 

Archived Events

Spring 2015 

March - Event Descriptions
March 5, 2015 - A Lecture with Distinguished Guest, Dr. Marlene Tromp 
March 17,2015 - Observing and Participating Within the the Implicit Bias Matrix: Women in Statistics 

February - Event Descriptions 
February 13, 2015 - AWIS Webinar || Some Things are Illegal 

January - Event Descriptions 
January 9, 2015 - A Q&A Panel with Distinguished Women in STEM 
January 30, 2015 - NSF CAREER Grant Panel 

Fall 2014 

September - NSF Site Visit

October - Event Descriptions 
October 7, 2014 - Turning the Two Body Problem into a Two Body Opportunity  
September 19 - October 24 - Grant Writing Bootcamp 

November - Event Descriptions 
November 7, 2014 - AWIS Webinar: It's Cheaper to Keep Her
November 5&6, 2014 - Care.com at Wellness Fair
November 21, 2014 - Finding & Securing Funding through Foundations 

December - Event Descriptions 
December 10, 2014 - ADVANCE 2014 Internal Implementation Advisory Team Meeting 

Spring 2014

May - Event Descriptions
May 3, 2014 - FREE CHILD CARE AT GRADUATION!
May 16, 2014 - Taking Affirmative Action to diversifying the faculty: Legal, Practical, and Social Justice Considerations
May 7, 14, & 21, 2014 - How to Be an Effective Research Mentor

April - Event Descriptions
April 15, 2014 - Second Campus Climate Data Charrette
April 25, 2014 - ADVANCE Implementation Open Team Meeting

March - Event Descriptions
March 5, 2014 - Department Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Self Study Panel
March 7 - May 2, 2014 - Grant Writing Boot Camp
March 18, 2014 - Applications for Faculty Excellence Grants Program Due
March 31, 2014 - Lilly Ledbetter Presentation

February - Event Descriptions
February 6 - Finding Funding: Databases, Strategies, and Techniques
February 7 - Foundation Opportunities: Finding and Securing Funding through Foundations
February 20 - Women in Science Empowerment Lunch
February 24 - CRLT (Center for Research on Learning and Teaching) Players

Fall 2013

December - Event Descriptions
December 4 - 12 - Study Space Provided to Women and Gender Studies Students
December 5 - ADVANCE End of the Semester Open Meeting

November - Event Descriptions
Tuesday, November 26 - Best Practices for Family Friendly Policies - An AWIS Webinar

October - Event Descriptions
Thursday, October 17 - NIH Grant Panel Review
Friday, October 25 - Examining the Biases that Bind Us: A Presentation By Dr. Toni Schmader
Tuesday, October 29 - Do Babies Matter? - An AWIS Webinar
Thursday, October 31 - Women in Science Distinguished Professorship Nomination Deadline

September - Event Descriptions
Monday, September 16 - Friday, October 18: Grant Writing Boot Camp
Tuesday, September 17 - Wednesday, September 18: Hastening Diversity at MSU: A Workshop with Dr. JoAnn Moody
Tuesday, September 24 - What Works for Women at Work - An AWIS Webinar

Spring 2013

April - Event Descriptions
Tuesday, April 9: Data Charrette
Friday, April 25: ADVANCE Implementation Advisory Team Meeting
Monday, April 29: STRIDE Workshop (click here to view Video of STRIDE Presentation)

March - Event Descriptions
Thursday, March 21: How we can all contribute to Institutional Transformation
Tuesday, March 26: Opportunities for Enhancing Research Capacity
March 7-May 2: Grant Writing Bootcamp

May -Event Descriptions
Saturday, May 3: Free Child Care at Graduation
May 7, 12 & 21: How to be an Effective Research Mentor
Thursday, May 16: Taking Affirmative Action to diversifying faculty: Legal, Practical and Social Justice Considerations