Jonathan Auerbach, Prof, English
Brenda Jones Harden, Assoc Prof, Developmental Science Program
Christine Hartzell, Asst Prof, Aerospace Engineering
Brian D. Johnson, Assoc Prof, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Melissa Kenney, Research Assistant Prof, Environmental Decision Analysis and Indicators
Marina Leite, Asst. Prof, JOINT, IREAP
Kris Marsh, Assoc Prof, Sociology
Elizabeth Quinlan, Assoc Prof, Biology
William Rand, Research Asst Prof, Center for Complexity in Business
Rashawn Ray, Asst Prof, Sociology
Debra L. Shapiro, Asst Prof, Business
Sally S. Simpson, Director, Center of the Study of Ethics, Regulation & Crime
Katherine Tully, Asst Prof, Agricultural Ecology
David M. Waguespack, Assoc Prof, Business
Jing Zhang, Asst Prof, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
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The University of Maryland ADVANCE program aims to lead AAU/Big 10 research universities in women’s representation, retention, satisfaction, professional growth, and positive work environment. We do this by creating strategic networks across disciplines, facilitating opportunities for learning and leadership, enhancing agency through knowledge and planning for career advancement, and by recognizing faculty contributions and accomplishments. We use data to increase awareness of equity issues and support local and campus-wide efforts to design better work environments. Please visit our "about page" for more information.


Congratulations 2015-2016 ADVANCE Seed Grant Recipients
Seed Grant Recipients (pdf) More»
Please see the brief on gender differences in faculty campus service.
Campus Service Inequality: A View from Annual Faculty Reports (pdf) More»
Advancing Faculty Diversity featured in the October issue of the Faculty Voice
UMD ADVANCE's learning community for faculty of color is profiled More»
Announcing a new listserv for moms and dads who work or study at UMD
A private listserv for moms and dads who work or study at UMD. More»



ADVANCING Together - Associate Professor Workshop

"Teaching Portfolios: What They're Looking For" See here for more information.

2015 UMD Faculty Work Environment Survey Results

The 2015 University of Maryland Faculty Work Environment Survey measures the degree to which faculty perceive and experience their units, colleges, and the university to be investing in their professional growth and creating an inclusive work environment. For more details, see here.

ADVANCING Faculty Diversity Fall Social

AFD Members are invited to a Fall social gathering! See more information >>

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