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Alice C. Hogan

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of the ADVANCE Program

National Science Foundation


Chief Administrative Officer

Asian University for Women


Affiliations

Brown University

External Advisory Board for ADVANCE Program


National Oceanic and Atmospheric

International Programs


Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government

Fellow At the Women and Public Policy Program


American Council on Education

Advisory Board Member


Education

Bachelor

Asian Studies

Cornell University


Master's degree

Asian Studies

University of Michigan


Web References(48 Total References)


AIBS Diversity | Diversity Outreach Directory

www.aibs.org [cached]

Alice Hogan
ADVANCE Program Director ahogan@nsf.gov (703) 292-7238


Why Can’t a Woman Be More Like a Man? — The American Magazine

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Alice Hogan, former director of ADVANCE, explained in a 2005 interview that the MIT study had been a wake-up call for the NSF.
In the past, she said, the NSF had funded programs to support the careers of individual women sci­entists, but the MIT report persuaded its staff that "systemic" change was imperative.


nationalpostdoc.org

Alice Hogan is currently an independent consultant, working with Harvard University, the University of Michigan, Simmons College Center for Gender in Organizations, and other academic institutions on programs and policies to advance the participation of women in academic science and engineering.
She retired from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 2007, where she was the founding Program Director of the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE program. Prior to work with the ADVANCE Program, she was a senior program manager with NSF's Division of International Programs with responsibility for strategic planning, oversight, and management of bilateral science and engineering programs with countries in the Asia Pacific region. She was a Fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, and serves on the external advisory board for Brown University's ADVANCE Program.


Program Schedule for Session 2 - Thursday, October 5 - Grace Hopper Celebration of Women and Computing (GHC 2006)

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Panel: Lisa M. Frehill (Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology), Dr. Joan Peckham (University of Rhode Island), Dr. Debra Richardson (UC Irvine), Dr. John L. King (University of Michigan), Alice Hogan (National Science Foundation), Dr. Desh Ranjan (New Mexico State University)


biogroupri.org

Alice Hogan, director of the ADVANCE program at the National Science Foundation, said 32 colleges and universities across the country are implementing similar institution-wide approaches, some at different scales, to recruiting and advancing women faculty.
Sharing successful strategies is a critical element of ADVANCE. "There are faculty development programs, department chair workshops, mentoring models, guides to effective recruitment and retention, climate surveys - all ready-made for any college or university to use," Hogan said.


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