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New! Colleges and universities looking to diversify STEM faculty should consider talented women in industry, government or private research, write Coleen Carrigan and Eve Riskin. (Inside Higher Ed)

New! In "On-ramp to Greater STEM Diversity" Science describes the process and findings of On-Ramps into Academia. (scroll down on the linked page)

"On-Ramping" Paves the Way for Women Scientists and Engineers to Return to Academia (UW Today)

On-Ramps into Academia was highlighted in an article in a supplement to Oceanography, the magazine of The Oceanography Society. Read the article here.

On-Ramps was recently featured in the IEEE Women in Engineering Magazine! The article may be found here.

The On-Ramps into Academia program was featured on a poster at the 2011 ADVANCE PI Meeting in Alexandria, Virgia. To see the poster, click here.

The 2011 On-Ramps into Academia workshop was featured in Inside Higher Education.

Eve Riskin talks about On-Ramps into Academia at Xconomy Seattle. Read online.

On-Ramps into Academia was recently featured in an article in Chemistry World. Read online.

The On-Ramps into Academia program abstract may be found on the NSF website by clicking here.

Photonics Spectra has an article about On-Ramps into Academia in its current issue. Read online.

On-Ramps into Academia was recently featured on KPLU! Listen now.

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Last Updated: February 10, 2015

This program is made possible through a National Science Foundation grant (HRD-0819407). The project is titled "ADVANCE Partnerships for Adaptation, Implementation, and Dissemination (PAID) Award: On-Ramps into Academia." Any opinion, finding, and conclusion or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.