The goal of AccessADVANCE is to increase the participation and advancement of individuals who identify as women with disabilities in academic science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers, including faculty positions. AccessADVANCE will increase understanding of the issues related to this understudied and often marginalized group that will lead to the identification of effective interventions with the potential to systematically address issues impacting the career advancement and success of female faculty with disabilities.
- Join the AccessADVANCE Community of Practice
Participate in discussions and learn of opportunities to promote the increased participation of women with disabilities in STEM faculty careers.
AccessADVANCE has funds available to support activities to expand, replicate, and disseminate practices related to our project goals nationwide. Apply now!
Consult with AccessADVANCE
Receive individual consultation and assistance in a wide breadth of areas related to creating policies, practices, culture, and resources that are welcoming and accessible to female faculty with disabilities.
Read Proceedings from AccessADVANCE's Inaugural Capacity Building Institute
At this event, held on May 25th and 27th, 2021, participants shared challenges and solutions regarding the recruitment and participation of women with disabilities in ADVANCE activities and STEM careers.
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- Review Q&As, Promising Practices, and Case Studies
Explore the Knowledge Base for answers to specific questions and evidence-based practices.
- Meet the AccessADVANCE Leadership Team
Learn about the people working to make AccessADVANCE a success.
- Learn More about AccessADVANCE
Learn more about how the team works to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion with respect to women with disabilities in academic positions in STEM.