ADVANCE: Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers: Institutional Transformation (IT)
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Grant amount: Up to US $3,000,000
Next deadline: Jan 16, 2020 (Full proposal)
Later deadlines: Apr 14, 2021 (Pre proposal)
Applicant type: College / University
Funding uses: Training / Capacity Building
Location of project: Anywhere in the world
Location of residency: United StatesView website Save Need help writing this grant?
The ADVANCE program is designed to address gender equity through the identification and elimination of organizational barriers
that impede the full participation and advancement of women in academic institutions. Proposals should identify key barriers to
gender equity, recognizing that these may exist in multiple forms (e.g., in policy, practice, culture, and climate) and design or adapt
strategies to address these barriers. Because the experiences of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
(STEM) academic careers may be influenced by many characteristics in addition to gender, all ADVANCE proposals are expected to
take this into account in proposal design, research, evaluation, and data (see additional review criteria). These characteristics might
include race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability status, foreign-born and foreign-trained status, and faculty appointment type,
and/or other characteristics relevant to the systemic gender equity issues to be addressed in the ADVANCE proposal.
ADVANCE projects require multidisciplinary teams with a range of expertise to conceptualize, implement, and evaluate the project. The team of principal investigators is expected to be representative of the theoretical, methodological and contextual expertise necessary based on the proposed project activities, research, and evaluation.
ADVANCE proposals may include financial support for students and postdoctoral scholars who are doing work on the ADVANCE project implementation or on the ADVANCE research. However, ADVANCE proposals cannot include programming or financial support for STEM students or postdoctoral scholars not directly working to implement the ADVANCE project.
Institutional Transformation (IT) Track
Five-year, innovative, institution-wide projects with a comprehensive plan to foster gender equity for STEM faculty, inclusive of all STEM disciplines.
IT awards support innovative, comprehensive strategies for systemic change in a single non-profit academic
institution. Two-year institutions, predominantly undergraduate institutions, master’s level institutions, and Minority-Serving
Institutions are particularly encouraged to apply for an IT award. The proposed issues that will be addressed should be based on
institutional data and analysis that show a differential impact by gender on faculty outcomes such as but not limited to: hiring,
tenure, promotion, salary, leadership participation, service work, job satisfaction, work-life balance, and research and teaching
productivity. All STEM faculty types (e.g., ranked faculty, adjunct faculty, basic research faculty) should be included in the project. IT
projects are expected to include all departments and schools with STEM fields. To the extent possible and to extent relevant to the
proposal, data should be disaggregated by the multiple characteristics to be addressed by the project (race, ethnicity, disability
status, sexual orientation, foreign-born and foreign-trained status, faculty appointment type, etc.), in addition to gender. The IT
project must include a rigorous research study related to the ADVANCE project that contributes to knowledge about gender equity in
STEM academics. The study may be based in the methods and theories from the social, behavioral, learning, or economic sciences.
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