Goals of ADVANCE at WSU
·Support policies and practices to enhance recruitment, retention, and advancement of women faculty
·Foster a positive, inclusive work environment through programs and career-development opportunities that include support at critical work/life transition points
·Engage the WSU community to further the NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation goals
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Rockquemore presents mentoring workshops at WSUOn Thursday, Oct. 24, Kerry Ann Rockquemore, president of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, presented two mentoring workshops.
Now accepting proposals for Distinguished Speakers program!All departments are eligible to submit a proposal for a distinguished speaker to travel to WSU to talk about issues affecting not only STEM women faculty, but all faculty at WSU Full story » Full story » Full story » Full story »Full story »Full story »Full story »Full story »
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ADVANCE's Sittercity pilot program helps bring SelectPlus to all WSU employees Full story »
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