Forward to Professorship in STEM : Inclusive Faculty Development Strategies That Work.

By: Heller, Rachelle S
Contributor(s): Mavriplis, Catherine | Sabila, Paul S
Publisher: San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2015Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (439 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780128011287Subject(s): College teachers--Training ofGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Forward to Professorship in STEM : Inclusive Faculty Development Strategies That WorkDDC classification: 378.121 LOC classification: LB1778Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- Forward to Professorship in STEM -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Prologue -- 1 The Origins of Faculty Development in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics -- Introduction -- Brief History of Faculty Development -- Programs for Advancing Women in STEM -- Early Programs and Movements -- Resource Development -- General Design Issues for Faculty Development Workshops -- Beyond Workshops -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 The FORWARD to Professorship Workshop -- Introduction -- Workshop Goals and Design -- Implementation -- Setting the Program -- Choosing the Speakers -- Recruitment -- Setting -- Funding -- Management Team -- Results of the FORWARD to Professorship Workshop -- Paying It FORWARD -- Design of Pay It FORWARD -- Design of the Training Program -- The Competition for Seed Funding and Training -- The FWDer Teams -- ELDers: Experts in Leadership Development -- The 2010 and 2011 Training Programs -- Pay It FORWARD Results -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 3 Path of Professorship: A Student Leadership Model for Catalyzing Change at MIT -- Origin and Goals -- Successes and Outcomes -- Impact on Attendees and Organizers -- Workshop Sessions -- An Institution-Centered Workshop -- Graduate Students as Leaders -- Institutional Leadership -- Institutionalized Financial Support -- Challenges and Responses -- Revisions -- Lessons Learned -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Jumpstarting STEM Careers -- Introduction -- Organizing a Team -- Creating a Program -- Jumpstarting STEM Careers Workshops and Symposiums -- Forward to Professorship: Jumpstarting STEM Careers Workshop #1 -- Jumpstarting STEM Careers Workshop #2 -- JSC Symposium #1: Communication -- JSC Symposium #2: The Business of Science -- Moving Forward -- Event Feedback -- Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References.
5 University of Guam: Advancing Female STEM Faculty in the Western Pacific -- Introduction -- University of Guam Project -- Project Evaluation-Successes -- Project Evaluation-Challenges and Criticism -- The Difficult Way Forward -- References -- 6 When and Where I Enter…A FORWARD to Professorship Workshop -- Introduction -- Goals -- Description -- Organizing Committee -- Attendee Application and Profiles -- Opening Dinner -- Day 1 -- Planning and Funding Research -- Writing in the Profession -- Lunch -- Dinner -- Day 2 -- Funding -- Challenges -- Organizational Challenges -- Operational Challenges -- Personal Challenges -- Evaluations -- Outcomes and Successes -- Lessons Learned -- Conclusions and Suggestions for Future Workshops -- References -- 7 Workshop Design for Diversity and Dialogue: Women in STEM Empowered to Engage Across Difference -- Introduction -- Starting with Story -- Conceptual and Intellectual Framework: Guideposts for the Workshop -- The Planning Group -- Designing a Workshop to Facilitate Engagement Across Difference: Core Principles and Strategies -- Pre-workshop Work -- Workshop Implementation: An Interactive Format -- The Participants' Perspective -- The Facilitation Perspective -- A Few Practical Lessons Learned -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8 To Tenure and Beyond: Building an Intentional Career in STEM -- Evolution of the NSF ADVANCE Initiatives at CWRU -- Objectives of TT&B -- Recruitment of Participants -- Development of Modules and Customization to Cohort Needs -- Module 1: Self-Awareness -- Module 2: Power, Politics, and Influence -- Module 3: Developing the Career Plan -- Rationale for Key Curricular Themes: Understanding Career Arc and the Intentional Change Model -- Evaluation and Outcomes -- Challenges and Ongoing Efforts -- References -- Further Reading.
9 FORWARD Oklahoma State University: Building an Academic Toolkit for Women at a Land-Grant Institution -- Introduction -- FORWARD OSU -- The Setting: OSU as a Land-Grant Institution -- Science, Gender Segregation, and the Land-Grant Mission -- Tool #1: Effective Mentoring and Networking -- Tool #2: Developing Negotiation Skills -- Tool #3: Balancing Family and Career-Strategies to Face Stereotype Threat in a Negative Work Climate -- Analysis -- Pre-conference Survey -- Experience, Competence, Effectiveness, and Self-Efficacy -- Exploring the Myth of Work/Family Balance in Academe -- Conclusion and Implications for Future FORWARD Workshops -- References -- 10 Advancing Toward Professorship in Biology, Ecology, and Earth System Sciences -- Introduction -- BEESS Research is Unique Within STEM Disciplines -- Workshop -- Survey -- Demographics -- Workshop Challenges -- Time Commitment -- Logistical Lessons -- Engaged Participation -- Food and Drink -- Conference Supplies -- Participant Lodging and Travel -- Securing a Venue -- Publicity Materials -- Institutional Approval for Survey (Use of Human Subjects) -- Workshop Outcomes -- Qualitative Successes -- Highlight on Field Work -- Quantitative Successes -- Pre-workshop Survey -- Perceptions Through Time -- Lessons Learned -- Work/Life Balance is Individually Defined -- Post-workshop Efforts -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 11 Metropolitan Mentors: Building a Network of Women in Mathematics and Computer Science Across New York City: The New York... -- Goals of Our FORWARD to Professorship Project -- FORWARD to Professorship Workshops: Women in Mathematics and Computer Science Across NYC -- What was Learned from the First Workshop? -- Looking Back at the Workshop Series -- Follow-up Survey -- Suggestions for a Group Planning to Run a Similar Workshop.
Institutional History and Why This FORWARD to Professorship Project Was Important for Us -- Relevance to Other Institutions -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 12 Career Advancement in a Research Environment -- Background -- CARE 2012 -- Topics -- Organization -- Outcomes -- CARE 2013A -- Topics -- Organization -- Outcomes -- CARE 2013B -- Topics -- Outcomes -- Workshop Organization Advice -- Conclusions -- References -- 13 Moving FORWARD in Space: The Temple University Workshops -- Introduction -- Workshop Design and Implementation -- Different Settings and Different Demographics -- Participant Feedback -- Workshop Follow-up -- Conclusion -- References -- 14 FORWARD Workshops: Strategies for Inclusion of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing -- Gallaudet University -- Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and the ADA Act -- The Challenge of Bringing D/HoH into STEM -- Origins of FORWARD at Gallaudet -- FORWARD in SEM -- The FORWARD to Professorship and Pay It FORWARD Projects -- Evaluations: Participants' Views of the FORWARD Workshops at GU -- Impact of FORWARD on D/HoH Participants and GU -- Impact of D/HoH Participants and GU on FORWARD and on "Hearing" Participants -- Strategies for Inclusion of D/HoH Participants and ASL Interpreters in Scientific Workshops -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 15 The Participant Experience -- Introduction -- Why are Workshops for Women Needed? -- Pre-conference: Participant Expectations -- During the Conference: Participant Activities -- Post-conference: Overall Impressions -- The Future -- References -- 16 Speakers Find Value in Workshop Participation -- Introduction -- Eager Speakers -- Unanticipated Impact on Presenters -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 17 Possible Benefits for Workshop Organizers -- Introduction -- Motivations -- Social Entrepreneurship and Advocacy for One's Underrepresented Group.
Enlarging One's Personal Network -- Training High-Quality Personnel -- Mentoring -- Skills Building and Learning -- Benefits to Organizers -- Learning -- Networking and Collaboration -- Gratitude and Satisfaction -- Visibility -- Leadership and Organizational Skills Development -- Empowerment -- Improved Climate -- Springboard to Other Events and Roles -- Intellectual Outcomes -- Drawbacks and Difficulties Encountered -- Time Requirements -- Possible Negative Perception by Others -- Sustainability -- Some Difficulties and Concerns -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Examples of Intellectual Outcomes -- Social Media -- Videos and Movies -- Lectures and Invited Presentations -- Poster Presentations -- Magazines, Newsletters, and Newspapers -- Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings -- Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles -- Grants and Programs -- 18 Evaluation of the Pay It FORWARD Program -- Introduction -- Workshop Leadership Team Training -- The FORWARD Workshop Model -- Adaptations of the National Model Workshop -- Format and Schedule -- Recruitment -- Evaluation Methods -- Pay it FORWARD Results and Follow-up Questionnaire Responses -- Formative Feedback -- Brief Check-In Interviews -- Participant Experiences -- Workshop Leader Efficacy -- Results from the Follow-up Questionnaire -- Snapshot of the Participant Group: STEM Women at Critical Academic Career Junctures -- Lessons Learned Through the Evaluation Process -- Conclusion -- References -- 19 Fortifying the Pipeline to Leadership: The International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics at Drexel -- Program Design: Strategies for Developing a Community of Leaders -- Why Build Programs for Academic Women Leaders? -- Evolution of the ICELA Program Design -- Experiential Program Design Builds Both Individual and Organizational Capacity.
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Front Cover -- Forward to Professorship in STEM -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Prologue -- 1 The Origins of Faculty Development in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics -- Introduction -- Brief History of Faculty Development -- Programs for Advancing Women in STEM -- Early Programs and Movements -- Resource Development -- General Design Issues for Faculty Development Workshops -- Beyond Workshops -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 The FORWARD to Professorship Workshop -- Introduction -- Workshop Goals and Design -- Implementation -- Setting the Program -- Choosing the Speakers -- Recruitment -- Setting -- Funding -- Management Team -- Results of the FORWARD to Professorship Workshop -- Paying It FORWARD -- Design of Pay It FORWARD -- Design of the Training Program -- The Competition for Seed Funding and Training -- The FWDer Teams -- ELDers: Experts in Leadership Development -- The 2010 and 2011 Training Programs -- Pay It FORWARD Results -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 3 Path of Professorship: A Student Leadership Model for Catalyzing Change at MIT -- Origin and Goals -- Successes and Outcomes -- Impact on Attendees and Organizers -- Workshop Sessions -- An Institution-Centered Workshop -- Graduate Students as Leaders -- Institutional Leadership -- Institutionalized Financial Support -- Challenges and Responses -- Revisions -- Lessons Learned -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Jumpstarting STEM Careers -- Introduction -- Organizing a Team -- Creating a Program -- Jumpstarting STEM Careers Workshops and Symposiums -- Forward to Professorship: Jumpstarting STEM Careers Workshop #1 -- Jumpstarting STEM Careers Workshop #2 -- JSC Symposium #1: Communication -- JSC Symposium #2: The Business of Science -- Moving Forward -- Event Feedback -- Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References.

5 University of Guam: Advancing Female STEM Faculty in the Western Pacific -- Introduction -- University of Guam Project -- Project Evaluation-Successes -- Project Evaluation-Challenges and Criticism -- The Difficult Way Forward -- References -- 6 When and Where I Enter…A FORWARD to Professorship Workshop -- Introduction -- Goals -- Description -- Organizing Committee -- Attendee Application and Profiles -- Opening Dinner -- Day 1 -- Planning and Funding Research -- Writing in the Profession -- Lunch -- Dinner -- Day 2 -- Funding -- Challenges -- Organizational Challenges -- Operational Challenges -- Personal Challenges -- Evaluations -- Outcomes and Successes -- Lessons Learned -- Conclusions and Suggestions for Future Workshops -- References -- 7 Workshop Design for Diversity and Dialogue: Women in STEM Empowered to Engage Across Difference -- Introduction -- Starting with Story -- Conceptual and Intellectual Framework: Guideposts for the Workshop -- The Planning Group -- Designing a Workshop to Facilitate Engagement Across Difference: Core Principles and Strategies -- Pre-workshop Work -- Workshop Implementation: An Interactive Format -- The Participants' Perspective -- The Facilitation Perspective -- A Few Practical Lessons Learned -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8 To Tenure and Beyond: Building an Intentional Career in STEM -- Evolution of the NSF ADVANCE Initiatives at CWRU -- Objectives of TT&B -- Recruitment of Participants -- Development of Modules and Customization to Cohort Needs -- Module 1: Self-Awareness -- Module 2: Power, Politics, and Influence -- Module 3: Developing the Career Plan -- Rationale for Key Curricular Themes: Understanding Career Arc and the Intentional Change Model -- Evaluation and Outcomes -- Challenges and Ongoing Efforts -- References -- Further Reading.

9 FORWARD Oklahoma State University: Building an Academic Toolkit for Women at a Land-Grant Institution -- Introduction -- FORWARD OSU -- The Setting: OSU as a Land-Grant Institution -- Science, Gender Segregation, and the Land-Grant Mission -- Tool #1: Effective Mentoring and Networking -- Tool #2: Developing Negotiation Skills -- Tool #3: Balancing Family and Career-Strategies to Face Stereotype Threat in a Negative Work Climate -- Analysis -- Pre-conference Survey -- Experience, Competence, Effectiveness, and Self-Efficacy -- Exploring the Myth of Work/Family Balance in Academe -- Conclusion and Implications for Future FORWARD Workshops -- References -- 10 Advancing Toward Professorship in Biology, Ecology, and Earth System Sciences -- Introduction -- BEESS Research is Unique Within STEM Disciplines -- Workshop -- Survey -- Demographics -- Workshop Challenges -- Time Commitment -- Logistical Lessons -- Engaged Participation -- Food and Drink -- Conference Supplies -- Participant Lodging and Travel -- Securing a Venue -- Publicity Materials -- Institutional Approval for Survey (Use of Human Subjects) -- Workshop Outcomes -- Qualitative Successes -- Highlight on Field Work -- Quantitative Successes -- Pre-workshop Survey -- Perceptions Through Time -- Lessons Learned -- Work/Life Balance is Individually Defined -- Post-workshop Efforts -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 11 Metropolitan Mentors: Building a Network of Women in Mathematics and Computer Science Across New York City: The New York... -- Goals of Our FORWARD to Professorship Project -- FORWARD to Professorship Workshops: Women in Mathematics and Computer Science Across NYC -- What was Learned from the First Workshop? -- Looking Back at the Workshop Series -- Follow-up Survey -- Suggestions for a Group Planning to Run a Similar Workshop.

Institutional History and Why This FORWARD to Professorship Project Was Important for Us -- Relevance to Other Institutions -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 12 Career Advancement in a Research Environment -- Background -- CARE 2012 -- Topics -- Organization -- Outcomes -- CARE 2013A -- Topics -- Organization -- Outcomes -- CARE 2013B -- Topics -- Outcomes -- Workshop Organization Advice -- Conclusions -- References -- 13 Moving FORWARD in Space: The Temple University Workshops -- Introduction -- Workshop Design and Implementation -- Different Settings and Different Demographics -- Participant Feedback -- Workshop Follow-up -- Conclusion -- References -- 14 FORWARD Workshops: Strategies for Inclusion of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing -- Gallaudet University -- Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and the ADA Act -- The Challenge of Bringing D/HoH into STEM -- Origins of FORWARD at Gallaudet -- FORWARD in SEM -- The FORWARD to Professorship and Pay It FORWARD Projects -- Evaluations: Participants' Views of the FORWARD Workshops at GU -- Impact of FORWARD on D/HoH Participants and GU -- Impact of D/HoH Participants and GU on FORWARD and on "Hearing" Participants -- Strategies for Inclusion of D/HoH Participants and ASL Interpreters in Scientific Workshops -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 15 The Participant Experience -- Introduction -- Why are Workshops for Women Needed? -- Pre-conference: Participant Expectations -- During the Conference: Participant Activities -- Post-conference: Overall Impressions -- The Future -- References -- 16 Speakers Find Value in Workshop Participation -- Introduction -- Eager Speakers -- Unanticipated Impact on Presenters -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 17 Possible Benefits for Workshop Organizers -- Introduction -- Motivations -- Social Entrepreneurship and Advocacy for One's Underrepresented Group.

Enlarging One's Personal Network -- Training High-Quality Personnel -- Mentoring -- Skills Building and Learning -- Benefits to Organizers -- Learning -- Networking and Collaboration -- Gratitude and Satisfaction -- Visibility -- Leadership and Organizational Skills Development -- Empowerment -- Improved Climate -- Springboard to Other Events and Roles -- Intellectual Outcomes -- Drawbacks and Difficulties Encountered -- Time Requirements -- Possible Negative Perception by Others -- Sustainability -- Some Difficulties and Concerns -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Examples of Intellectual Outcomes -- Social Media -- Videos and Movies -- Lectures and Invited Presentations -- Poster Presentations -- Magazines, Newsletters, and Newspapers -- Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings -- Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles -- Grants and Programs -- 18 Evaluation of the Pay It FORWARD Program -- Introduction -- Workshop Leadership Team Training -- The FORWARD Workshop Model -- Adaptations of the National Model Workshop -- Format and Schedule -- Recruitment -- Evaluation Methods -- Pay it FORWARD Results and Follow-up Questionnaire Responses -- Formative Feedback -- Brief Check-In Interviews -- Participant Experiences -- Workshop Leader Efficacy -- Results from the Follow-up Questionnaire -- Snapshot of the Participant Group: STEM Women at Critical Academic Career Junctures -- Lessons Learned Through the Evaluation Process -- Conclusion -- References -- 19 Fortifying the Pipeline to Leadership: The International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics at Drexel -- Program Design: Strategies for Developing a Community of Leaders -- Why Build Programs for Academic Women Leaders? -- Evolution of the ICELA Program Design -- Experiential Program Design Builds Both Individual and Organizational Capacity.

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