FSU faculty receive National Science Foundation grant for STEM faculty development

FSU faculty members, from left, Tamara Bertrand Jones (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies), Sara Hart (Psychology), Lara Perez-Felkner (Higher Education and Sociology) and Roxanne Hughes (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory) have received a National Science Foundation grant to boost FSU initiatives to retain, recruit and develop talented STEM faculty.

Faculty members in the College of EducationCollege of Arts and Sciences and at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory have been awarded nearly $1 million in grant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to recruit and support women STEM faculty.

The funding aims to support the development of a project known as FSU-INCREASE, which stands for Institutionalizing Normative Changes for Recruitment, Empowerment, Advancement and Systematic Equity for STEM Faculty.