Lehigh's NSF ADVANCE Grant is making progress in faculty recruitment- not only in STEM disciplines. Read the news story that followed a meeting of internal stakeholders and external advisors to the project.
Please attend a town hall about the search for Lehigh University's next president. Your voice needs to be heard. If you cannot attend in person, there is also an online form to submit comments or make nominations. An email from the co-chairs of the presidential search committee with the schedule of town hall meetings is below.
Lehigh ADVANCE is now accepting proposals from all recently tenured and promoted women associate professors (first three years) and STEM women (through the fifth year) who are interested in developing a two-year mentored plan of funded work to effectively demonstrate leadership in ways that make individual sense for optimum career success and satisfaction.
From Lehigh News: The P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science (RCEAS) has received a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to offer women engineering majors further opportunities to conduct research. S.
With the support of a one-year NSF Career Life Balance Initiative Supplement grant to Lehigh's existing ADVANCE IT award, Lehigh University is spearheading the development of a regional consortium that will transform the way Lehigh, together with top employers in our region, approach the common challenges of hiring and retaining diverse faculty (especially focused on STEM women) with dual career considerations. This one-year award began October 2013, and can kickstart significant enhancements to institutional and regional capacity to attract and retain a diverse and talented workforce.
Lehigh ADVANCE is no longer seeking a Project Manager and Graduate Research Assistant(s) for Lehigh Valley Regional Dual Career Consortium Initiative.
Learn about Dr. Almut Hupbach's research on the beneficial limits to the power of memory retrieval. Read more at Lehigh News.
Pathways to Science: a project of the Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP). Pathways to Science supports pathways to the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We place particular emphasis on connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources.