ADVANCE News

Congratulations, Anne and Roberta !

July 2016

Dear IAC Friends,

Our colleagues, Roberta Berry (PubPolicy) and Anne Pollock (LMC) have been selected to participate in the 2016-17 Emerging Leaders Program, sponsored by the Office of the Provost, with the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship and the Office of Graduate Education and Faculty Development.

Congratulations, Anne and Roberta !

With good wishes - Mary

Congratulations, Marilyn !

May 2016

IAC Friends,

 

Our colleague, Marilyn Brown (PubPolicy) has a new book just published: Benjamin Sovacool, Marilyn Brown, and Scott Valentine, Fact and Fiction in Global Energy Policy, Johns Hopkins University Press (2016).

 

Congratulations, Marilyn - and all good wishes !

Adaptive Leadership Workshops - Sponsored by ADVANCE - Apply 15 Feb

February 2016

Dear IAC Friends,

Upcoming is a set of Adaptive Leadership Workshops for Faculty, sponsored by ADVANCE. The Workshops occur in four sessions - and also have a component of Leadership Development Groups (with four persons) between sessions. These Workshops are valuable toward managing research projects, exercising leadership in professional fields, improving outcomes in educational or other initiatives, and creating centers and programs.

Attached is the full description for the Workshops - and the link for applying: 
https://forms.isye.gatech.edu/ltp-apply

HERS Women's Institute (training for women as academic administrators)

January 2016

The HERS Institutes (training for women as academic administrators) are offered at three locations and in two residential formats.
HERS Wellesley Institute: Core curriculum delivered in cumulative, multi-weekend sessions held throughout the academic year; traditionally in October, November, and March
HERS Bryn Mawr Summer Institute: Core curriculum delivered in a concentrated, 12-day campus residency format; traditionally held in June or July

Congratulations, Kaye !

January 2016

Dear IAC Friends,

Congratulations - and all good wishes- to Kaye Husbands Fealing (chair, School of Public Policy) on her recent appointments at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine: 1) the Committee on Developing Indicators for Undergraduate STEM Education, and 2) the Panel on Reengineering the Census Bureau's Annual Economic Surveys.

With our many regards, -Mary

Dean Royster Named One of Top Five Women Role Models/Atlanta

January 2016

Dean Jacqueline J. Royster was recently named one of the top five women role models in Atlanta. “For me, I’m a problem finder/problem solver type person who likes to do interesting stuff. I like to invoke that critical, creative imagination. My response [to Georgia Tech] was I would like to see that happen,” she said in the profile. Read full profile on Women@TheFrontier.

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