A STEM Equity Brain Trust

Intersectional, Intentional, Inclusive

The ARC Network strives to advance STEM equity in academia by convening diverse audiences to collaborate, share, and implement the best practices and tools shown to effect change.

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Tenured women faculty in STEM

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Women of color non-tenure track faculty in STEM

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Women of color tenure track or tenured in STEM

Source: National Science Foundation, Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities, 2014 and Ginther, D.K., and S. Kahn, Education and academic career outcomes for women of color in science and engineering, 2012.

Intersectional

Addressing systems of marginalization and privilege.

Intentional

Cultivating self-awareness and action.

Inclusive

Creating authentic, sustainable and equitable environments.

Virtual Visiting Scholars

Synthesizing research to determine the effectiveness and applicability of interventions.

Cara Margherio, PhD

Cara Margherio, PhD

Assistant Directory of the University of Washington Center for Evaluation & Research for STEM Equity

Ethel Mickey, PhD

Ethel Mickey, PhD

Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Wellesley College

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Funded by the National Science Foundation ADVANCE Program, Award HRD-1740860, the ADVANCE Resource and Coordination (ARC) Network seeks to achieve gender equity for faculty in higher education science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. As the STEM equity brain trust, the ARC Network promotes systemic change by producing new perspectives, methods and interventions with an intersectional, intentional and inclusive lens. The leading advocate for women in STEM the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) serves as the backbone organization of the ARC Network.

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