The University of Montana-Missoula PArtnership for Comprehensive Equity (PACE) works to increase the representation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering careers. To date, twenty-eight ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grants have been awarded. Read more...
Visit our new collection of useful resources for Indigenous women in science! Click here.
Congratulations to the latest UM winners of the National Science Foundation's esteemed Early Career Development Program grants. The five-year grants were awarded to Dr. Klara Briknarova of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dr. Lila Fishman in the Division of Biological Sciences (DBS), and Dr. Art Woods, also of DBS. NSF describes these awards as their "most prestigious awards in support of the early career-development activities of those teachers-scholars who most effectively integrate research and education within the context of the mission of their organization" (more). In the previous year, Dr. Creagh Breuner and Dr. Vanessa Ezenwa, both of DBS, won this award.
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New Work-Life Policies at UM
UM has new policies for tenure-clock extension, reduction in FTE, and spousal/partner employment opportunities. To see the policies, CLICK HERE.
Project PACE has helped develop a new Quality of Work Life page for UM. - CLICK HERE for information on everything from child and elder care resources to free events at UM.
PACE Winter 2009 NEWSLETTER - Keeping Pace with Project PACE, CLICK HERE.
PACE BIANNUAL REPORT, 2006-2007 - An overview of activities and initiatives during the third and fourth years of Project PACE.
To view a PDF version of the report, CLICK HERE.