Pedagogical Luncheon: “Bullying in Academia: Different Forms, Similar Features,” Monday, December 9, 11:30 – 1:00 pm, Ballroom, MU Dr. Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik, associate professor of communication at North Dakota State University. Open to all faculty. Register here.
NDSU FORWARD Grad Assistant Opportunity
The NDSU Advance FORWARD Program is seeking applications from graduate students for a 20-hour per week FORWARD Graduate Assistant position for 2014. Current graduate students are encouraged to apply. More information can be found here.
The Advance FORWARD project encourages applications from male faculty to serve as Advocates in the FORWARD Advocate/ Allies Program. Applications are due April 2. For more information click here.
Forward Lecture Series Videos
A video of Dr. Jenna Caprenter's "Negotiation and Women Don't Ask" presentation, from November 18, 2013, is available here.
A video of the October 3, 2013 Promotion to Professor Panel luncheon: Measures of Quality, can be found here.
To watch "Stereotyped: The myth of simple classroom fixes" presented by Jennifer Momsen, Shanda Lauer, Erika Offerdahl, Mila Kryjevskaia, Warren Christensen, and Lisa Montplaisir. February 12, 2013. Click here.
To access the video and resources related to Mary Ann Mason’s “Do Babies Matter in Academia?” Pedagogical Luncheon, click here.
To watch Joan Williams' January 20th talk click here.
To watch Dr. Price’s December 8th talk and view her slides and handouts click here.
DVDs of Scott Page's talks are available for check out from the FORWARD office. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
NDSU FORWARD is committed to establishing a university culture in which all are nurtured and supported to develop to their fullest potential, and the criteria for success and achievement incorporate the unique skills and contributions of both men and women.
NDSU FORWARD will be instrumental in creating a culture of support balanced with concern for personal and family values and responsibilities, enhancing job performance and satisfaction. We envision an environment where women are leaders and decision makers at all levels of the University. By these efforts NDSU will transform as an institution and will demonstrate its commitment to gender equity through a record of accomplishment in recruitment, development, and retention of women.
Sponsored by National Science Foundation
ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award HRD-0811239