Doctoral candidate seeks research participants

Cortni Oleszczuk, a doctoral candidate at CMU, is seeking participants for a research study, “Bullying in Higher Education: The Female Experience.”

Participants should be female faculty or administrators, who have or are currently working in a higher education context, excluding those affiliated with Central Michigan University, and who have been or are currently a target of bullying per the following definition:
Participants will have experienced an escalating process of harassing, offending, or socially excluding behavior or have had their work tasks negatively affected. It has to occur repeatedly and regularly (e.g., weekly) and over a period of time (e.g., at least six months).

Details and contact information are Study Verbiage for ACE[1].


Register for 2017 conference

Registration is open for the 2017 annual Michigan ACE Women’s Network conference, June 5-6 in Lansing.

Registration is open now, click HERE for details.

Cost to attend both days of the conference (early bird) is $270, register before April 28 for that rate. Standard registration for one day is $175; graduate student registration is $75. Cost to attend the annual dinner on June 5 is $60.

See more details and download a pdf to share with others here.

Announcement: IR micro-grant recipients

The Michigan ACE Women’s Network announces the campus recipients of micro-grants, which helps fund campus programming developed with help from Institutional Representatives.

More about the application process is found by clicking here.

Delta CollegeBuilding a Better Understanding Across Employee Groups of Title IX in the Context of Social Norms, Messaging and Consent. (Series of three discussions: fall, winter, spring.) IRs: Reva Curry and Laura Dull.

Eastern Michigan UniversityMI-ACE Women of Color Collaborative Networking & Development Seminars.  IRs: Jackie Goodman and Chiara Hensley.

Lansing Community CollegePanel of Professional Women Breakfast. IRs: Patty Spagnuolo and Lisa Mazure.

Macomb Community CollegeThe Mask You Live In film screenings and discussions. IRs: Casandra Ulbrich and Michele Kelly.

Oakland UniversityLeadership Development: Focus Groups with Women on Campus. IRs: Susan Awbrey and Michelle Piskulich.

Wayne State UniversitySo You Want to Be an Administrator? Lunch Series. IRs: Kim Morgan and Mary Wood.