NSF ADVANCE Grants and Technical Communication
The National Science Foundation ADVANCE program is a direct response to the lowpercentage of women who enter the professoriate upon earning degrees in fields of science,technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Despite the STEM focus of NSF ADVANCE, technical communication faculty may benefit from ADVANCE grants if they are aware of theopportunities presented. This article points out ways that technical and scientific communicationfaculty can integrate with NSF ADVANCE initiatives on their campuses. The author providesfaculty and program administrators ideas for using NSF ADVANCE as a professional developmenttool and to recognize the skills we contribute to large proposal-writing teams.
Northcut, Kathryn. "NSF ADVANCE Grants and Technical Communication." Programmatic Perspectives, Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication (CPTSC), 2012, pp.88-106.
English and Technical Communication
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technical communication; professional writing; NSF grants; faculty collaboration; cross-disciplinary collaboration; external funding; gender in technical communication; gender studies; NSF ADVANCE; professional development
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01 Jan 2012