About Us

The ARC Network works to achieve STEM equity in academia.

Mission

The ARC Network strives to advance equity nationally by facilitating the adoption and implementation of evidence-based systemic initiatives by institutions of higher education and other STEM organizations that affect those in STEM workplaces. The ARC Network will facilitate authentic, intentional dialogue between researchers and practitioners, connect inclusiveness to organizational principles and practices, and account for and incorporate intersectional perspectives throughout our work.

Executive Team

Rochelle L. Williams, PhD

Rochelle L. Williams, PhD

Project Director and Co-PI for the ARC Network

Heather Metcalf, PhD

Heather Metcalf, PhD

PI for the ARC Network

Joan Herbers, PhD

Joan Herbers, PhD

Co-PI and Chair of the ARC Research Board

Gail Gasparich, PhD

Gail Gasparich, PhD

Co-PI and Chair of the External Advisory Committee

Rochelle L. Williams, PhD

Rochelle L. Williams, PhD

Project Director and Co-PI for the ARC Network

Heather Metcalf, PhD

Heather Metcalf, PhD

PI for the ARC Network

Joan Herbers, PhD

Joan Herbers, PhD

Co-PI and Chair of the ARC Research Board

Gail Gasparich, PhD

Gail Gasparich, PhD

Co-PI and Chair of the External Advisory Committee

ARC Research Committee

Joan Herbers, PhD

Chair of the External Advisory Committee

Roberta Rincon, PhD

Society of Women Engineers

Heather Metcalf, PhD

PI for the ARC Network

Catherine Hill, PhD

Executive Director, Women’s Caucus, Maryland General Assembly

Kimberly Griffin, PhD

University of Maryland – College Park

Bruce Weinberg, PhD

Ohio State University

Jessi Smith, PhD

Montana State University

Jevin West, PhD

University of Washington

Diana Bilimoria, PhD

Case Western University

External Advisory Committee

Gail Gasparich, PhD

Chair of the External Advisory Committee

Molly Carnes, PhD

Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison

Laura Furstenthal, PhD

McKinsey and Company

Sue Rosser, PhD

California State University

Linda Katehi, PhD

UC Davis

Abigail Stewart, PhD

University of Michigan

Jim Collins, PhD

Arizona State University

 

Communites of Practice

Rudy Bucheit, PhD

Communities of Allies

Roberta Rincon, PhD

Society of Women Engineers

Mary Ann Holmes, PhD

Science and Engineering Professional Societies

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AWIS Academic Institutional Partners

Ells Long, PhD

lgbt+physicists

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AWIS Corporate Partners

Kelly Mack, PhD

Society of STEM Women of Color, Inc.

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ADVANCE Grantees

 

ARC Research Board

Joan-Herbers-cir

Joan Herbers, PhD

Chair of the External Advisory Committee
Heather-Metcalf-cir

Heather Metcalf, PhD

PI for the ARC Network
Kimberly-Griffin-cir

Kimberly Griffin, PhD

University of Maryland – College Park
Jessi-Smith-cir

Jessi Smith, PhD

Montana State University

Diana-Bilimoria-cir

Diana Bilimoria, PhD

Case Western University
Roberta-Rincon-cir

Roberta Rincon, PhD

Society of Women Engineers

Catherine-Hill-cir

Catherine Hill, PhD

Executive Director, Women’s Caucus, Maryland General Assembly

Bruce-Weinberg-cir

Bruce Weinberg, PhD

Ohio State University

Jevin-West-cir

Jevin West, PhD

University of Washington

External Advisory Committee

Gail-Gasparich-cir

Gail Gasparich, PhD

Chair of the External Advisory Committee
Laura-Furstenthal-cir

Laura Furstenthal, PhD

McKinsey and Company
Jim-Collins-cir

Jim Collins, PhD

Arizona State University
Molly-Carnes-cir

Molly Carnes, PhD

Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
Sue-Rosser-cir

Sue Rosser, PhD

California State University

Abigail-Stewart-cir

Abigail Stewart, PhD

University of Michigan

Communities of Practice

Rudy-Bucheit-cir

Rudy Bucheit, PhD

Communities of Allies
Mary-Anne-Holmes-cir

Mary Anne Holmes, PhD

Science and Engineering Professional Societies
Ells-Long-cir

Ells Long, PhD

lgbt+physicists
kelly-mack-cir

Kelly Mack, PhD

Society of STEM Women of Color, Inc

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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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