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ADVANCE-Purdue in collaboration with The Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion, The Butler Center and the Program in Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies invite abstracts for presentation, posters, and discussion for the Gender and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Research Symposium. Researchers – including undergraduate students, graduate students, staff and faculty – from throughout the Midwest or beyond are encouraged to submit current research in the broad area of gender and STEM.

The objectives of this symposium are:

  • interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary networking of scholars who study gender and STEM,
  • capacity building and professional development for students and junior scholars, and
  • discussion of emerging methods to do substantive studies on gender and STEM
  • The ADVANCE 2013 Gender and STEM Symposium was held on November 13-14th in Stewart Center 310 and 302. Researchers – including undergraduate students, graduate students, staff and faculty – from throughout the Midwest or beyond were encouraged to submit current research in the broad area of gender and STEM.

    Professor Peggy McIntosh, Associate Director of Wellesley Centers for Women, will be the keynote speaker at 12:30 pm on Wednesday, November 13th in STEW 310. The Symposium will continue on Thursday, November 14 from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm in STEW 310.

    The award winning show “Truth Values-One Girl’s Romp Through M.I.T.’s Male Math Maze” by Gioia De Cari was presented by ADVANCE-Purdue at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13th in Fowler Hall/Stewart Center/Purdue University.

    The program for the 2013 symposium can be found in the link below.

    2013 ADVANCE-Purdue Gender and Stem Research Symposium Program (PDF)

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ADVANCE 2013 Symposium Keynote Address

Peggy McIntosh, Wellesley College

Appreciating Episodic Mentoring: Reconsiderations of and Interventions for a Comprehensive Mentoring Process for Engineering Faculty

Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
Ziyu Long, Purdue University
Klod Kokini, Purdue University
Lindsey B. Anderson, Purdue University
Jennifer C. Batra, Purdue University

Assessing and Removing Implicit Bias of CIC AGEP

Aman Yadav, Purdue University

Assessing the Intra-Departmental Social Networks of Male and Female STEM Faculty: A Preliminary Analysis

Stacie F. Holloway PhD, University of Cincinnati
Rachel Kallen PhD, University of Cincinnati - Main Campus
Steve Howe PhD, University of Cincinnati - Main Campus
Brian Eiler, University of Cincinnati - Main Campus

CIC AGEP Post Doctoral Mentoring

Mark Smith, Purdue University

Diversity Catalysts Involvement and Impact

Klod Kokini, Purdue University
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
Clint Chapple, Purdue University
Andrew Hirsch, Purdue University
Kathleen Howell, Purdue University

EPICS: Broadening the Pathway into STEM

Mindy Hart
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
William Charles Oakes, Purdue University
Carla B Zoltowski, Purdue University

Evaluation of Women and Men Professors: How Gender Scripts Affect Students' Assessments

Elizabeth A. Hoffmann, Purdue University

Hiring and Retention Results at the University of Cincinnati

Steve Howe PhD, University of Cincinnati
Stacie F. Holloway PhD, University of Cincinnati
Rachel Kallen PhD, University of Cincinnati - Main Campus

Immigrant Women’s Experiences of Using Mobile Phones: Counting Pennies to Connect Across Continents

Parul Malik, Purdue University
Lorraine Gayle Kisselburgh, Purdue University - Main Campus

Making the Diversity Investment: Building Inclusive Research Environments in STEM

Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, Purdue University

Native American Women in STEM careers

Felica Ahasteen-Bryant, Purdue University
Suzanne Zurn-Birkhimer, Saint Josephs College - Rensselear

Navigating pregnancy and parenthood: Work-family considerations for men and women graduate students in STEM and other disciplines

Ziyu Long, Purdue University
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
Abigail Selzer King, Texas Tech University

Women Faculty in STEM Colleges at Purdue University: Perceptions of the Classroom Environment Related to Student Interactions

Susan R. Geier, Purdue University
Christie L. Sahley, Purdue University