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MU-ADVANCE Path Forward Committee Faculty and Student Travel Awards

 

The MU-ADVANCE Path Forward Committee now offers travel grants for female faculty and students in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. These are to aid faculty seeking to enhance networking (e.g., travel to national meetings), grant proposal submissions, interdisciplinary research efforts, or manuscript preparation. For non-tenured faculty, these activities are expected to tangibly enhance faculty careers. Travel awards for students are meant to allow them to present at national meetings or attend workshops that will enhance their careers. The annual deadline is October 31 for the faculty and student applications. More information

 


MU-ADVANCE Path Forward Committee

 

The MU-ADVANCE Path Forward Committee goal is to help sustain MU-ADVANCE initiatives in recruitment, faculty development, policy review, and university evaluation, with special attention to recruitment of new faculty and retention of female STEM faculty. The following faculty current serve on the committee: Elizabeth Niese (Mathematics); Wendy Trzyna (Biological Sciences); Maria Babiuc (Physics), April Fugett-Fuller (Psychology), Priya Dasgupta (Applied Science and Technology), and Beverly Delidow (Biochemistry and Microbiology).


Family Friendly Efforts at Marshall

Sustainability of the MU-ADVANCE Program


ADVANCE Portal Website 

 

This site links the activities of NSF-ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant recipients. Supporting the increased participation and advancement of women scientists and engineers.

 

 

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