Note: Thank you for your interest in ADVANCE Project TRACS, our NSF funded Institutional Transformational Grant which ended August 31, 2017. The pages that follow are historical documents for informational purposes only.

On April 26, 2016, ADVANCE Project TRACS hosted the Campus Climate ADVANCE Data Charrette in the Leigh Lounge of the SUB. The major findings from the Fall 2015 ADVANCE survey were presented and feedback, insights and questions were collected.

Over 230 MSU Bozeman tenure-track faculty and department heads participated in this annual job satisfaction survey. We will present findings on the changes in campus climate from last year, data looking at service load vs gender, HR data on applicant pools and what still needs to be done to change the cultural climate at MSU. 60 people came to engage with the data and ask questions of the Social Science Research Team. Below are the posters that were presented. 

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Methodological Information

ADVANCE Cannot End With the End of ADVANCE

Methodological Information  ADVANCE End

The Positive Impact of ADVANCE

Institutional Data: Advancing Equity Campus-Wide

 Impact  Campus Equity

Institutional Data: Faculty Service

Institutional Data: MSU's Candidate Pipeline

 Faculty Service  Candidate Pipeline

The Leaky Pipeline: Examining the Promotion & Tenure Process

The Quality of Evidence Revealing Subtle Gender Biases in Science is in the Eye of the Beholder

 Promotion and Tenure  Gender bias