ADVANCE IT

The North Carolina A&T State University ADVANCE IT project is designed to address the systemic underrepresentation of women within its faculty. The project will holistically build a strategic pipeline to cultivate the academic and professional success of women, increase opportunities for all faculty thereby creating a whole campus culture of excellence, and increase the knowledge regarding the roles of gender and gender/race intersectionality within the academy.

Contact Us

Physical Location: Advance Office, A402D General Classroom Building
Mailing Address: A411 General Classroom Building

Dr. Zakiya S Wilson, Co-Investigator
Tel: (336) 334-7806
E-Mail: zwilson@ncat.edu  

Dr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley, Co-Investigator
Tel: (336) 285-3679
E-Mail: luster@ncat.edu

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