U I C WISEST - Women in Science and Engineering System Transformation

Articles

UIC News, "The Wisest Way: Making UIC a better place for female faculty" (November 17, 2010).

CRWG News, "Featured Researcher: Dr. Laura DeMarco" (Fall 2008).

CRWG News, "WISEST Updates" (Fall 2008).

CRWG News, "Featured Researcher: Mrinalini (Meena) Rao" (Fall 2007).

CRWG News, "New WISEST Project Director: Linda Siebert Rapoport" (Spring 2007).

American Council on Education, "An Agenda for Excellence: Creating Flexibility in Tenure-Track Faculty Careers" (2005). Executive Summary.

Joann Moody, "Demystifying the Profession: Helping Junior Faculty Succeed" (Northeast Consortium for Faculty Diversity, 2004).

Joann Moody, "Rising Above Cognitive Errors: Guidelines for Search, Tenure Review, and Other Evaluation Committees" (Northeast Consortium for Faculty Diversity, 2005).

Donna Nelson,  "A National Analysis of Minorities in Science and Engineering Faculties at Research Universities" (October 31, 2007).  Click here to view report.

Elizabeth Redden, "Female Faculty and the Science" (Insidehighered.com, Oct. 18, 2007).  Click here to view article.

Edyta Zielinska, "Best Places to Work in Academia, 2007" (2007). Click here to view article.

Ted Agres, "Best Places to Work 2007: PostDocs" (2007).  Click here to view article.

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Women in Science and Engineering System Transformation (WISEST)

The goal of the WISEST Initiative is to increase the number, participation, and leadership status of women — majority and minority — in academic science and engineering through institutional transformation at UIC.