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  1. ADVANCEIncreasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers

  2. ADVANCE: 2001-2004 3 types of award: • Institutional Transformation • Leadership • Fellows

  3. Institutional Transformation • 19 awards • 5-year Cooperative Agreement • Up to $750,000 per year • Requires collection of defined set of indicators/cooperative agreement

  4. 2001 Awards for Institutional Transformation • University of Colorado at Boulder • University of California, Irvine • Hunter College • New Mexico State University • University of Washington • University of Wisconsin • Georgia Tech • University of Puerto Rico, Humacao • University of Michigan

  5. 2003 Awards for Institutional Transformation • Kansas State • Utah State • Case Western • University of Alabama, Birmingham • University of Texas, El Paso • University of Rhode Island • University of Montana • Virginia Tech • University of Maryland, Baltimore County • Columbia University, Earth Institute

  6. Leadership Awards • Focus on programs that enhance career development and promotion to senior professorships, academic and administrative leadership positions • Opportunity for discipline-specific overview of issues

  7. Fellows Proposals2001 and 2003* • Enable promising individuals to establish or re-establish full-time independent academic careers • after a postdoc, OR • after a 2- to 8-year interruption for family responsibilities, OR • after a spouse relocates *not offered in current solicitation

  8. One Example • UM ADVANCE (grant awarded Fall of 2001) reports significant progress in the recruitment of women scientists and engineers at the University of Michigan: • As a proportion of all science and engineering tenure-track offers, 15% of offers went to women in AY2001 and 41% in AY2004. • As a proportion of all science and engineering tenure-track hires, 13% of new hires were women in AY2001 and 39% in AY2004

  9. ADVANCE: New Solicitation • Institutional Transformation deadline: July 22, 2205 • Leadership deadline: July 15, 2005 • PAID (Partnerships for Adaptation, Implementation, and Dissemination) deadline: January 26, 2006 • $6M in FY2005 and $4M in FY2006

  10. Institutional Transformation Awards • To define and implement effective approaches to increase participation and advancement of women faculty into senior and leadership ranks • To implement changes necessary to institutionalize approaches • Program seeks to create a positive, sustainable and permanent change in the academic climate

  11. Leadership Awards • Support for national and/or discipline-specific leadership • Support efforts of individuals, small groups, and organizations to increase diversity in the academic workforce • Support work that has systemic impact, e.g. addresses transitions between career stages

  12. Partnerships for Adaptation, Implementation, and Dissemination (PAID) • Broaden the impact of institutional transformation efforts • Seeks innovative approaches to adapting or implementing effective programs, policies, or practices, particularly addressing senior faculty and leadership level positions • Support efforts at departmental or college level • E.g. workshops and planning activities • Encourages undergraduateand minority-serving institutions and women’s colleges that are ‘underserved’ in the current ADVANCE portfolio