From our Women in Leadership series, hear from UNM alumna Maria Guy about the advice she is offering her clients during COVID-19. This session provides a refresher and new ideas. ADVANCE will partner with Maria again to offer a set of three leadership workshops for women faculty and leaders during Spring 2021. Limited to […] Read More
Work-life balance has been a longstanding challenge for faculty, particularly along the lines of gender and race. The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified and added to these challenges in unique ways. Learning about these obstacles can provide academic leaders with tools to try to alleviate them. In the report below, we present quantitative and qualitative data […] Read More
People of color are being disproportionately infected by the novel coronavirus, professor of computer science and biology at UNM Melanie Moses and associate professor of political science Kathy Powers say in an article published in the Santa Fe Institute Transmission series. Racial disparities related to COVID-19 have been observed nationwide. The Center for Disease […] Read More
Update, Sept. 1, 2020: We had a great response to our summer program! Please stay tuned for details on how we might continue this project. Email email@example.com with questions. ADVANCE at UNM is finding new ways to assist women STEM faculty with making research and scholarship progress this summer. Research and scholarship support […] Read More
During the COVID-19 outbreak, universities also should do more than extend tenure clocks to limit inequalities, professor Mala Htun says in a letter published in Science The extension of tenure clocks for faculty at universities around the country is a helpful step toward mitigating academic setbacks during the COVID-19 pandemic but isn’t enough and […] Read More
UNM women in STEM across campus are taking action against the current COVID-19 pandemic and asking how they can best serve their community in the fight against this virus. From the creation of virtual exhibitions to 3D printing face masks for health care workers, they are on a mission to keep New Mexicans not […] Read More
Kim Fournier, Associate Director for UNM Center for Teaching Excellence, and Stephanie Spong, Associate Director of UNM’s Center for Digital Learning, give tips and recommendations on how to best transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.