Key to meeting the objectives of the University of Maine’s ADVANCE project, and broader NSF program goals, is facilitating the professional development of women faculty. Initiatives include mentoring, training, topical workshops and presentations, time management offerings, and grant funding that supports research, the formation of new collaborations, and skill development.
Use the links above to read more about specific opportunities eligible for funding from the ADVANCE Rising Tide Center.
The Rising Tide Center may provide partial funding for on-campus events that align with our goals related to advancing the careers of women faculty in the STEM and social-behavioral science (SBS) fields. A limited amount of funding is available for event co-sponsorship, and will be awarded on a first-come basis.
Use the form linked below to submit an application for partial funding of your event.
Groups seeking full funding for events that support ADVANCE goals should apply through our Professional Development Grants program.
Dr. Terry Shehata, Maine Economic Improvement Fund Coordinator at the University of Southern Maine and Executive Director of the Maine Space Grant Consortium participates in the grant seeking panel at the 2015 ADVANCING Women in Academia networking conference.
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