Advocates & Allies

Advocates & Allies enlists male faculty in on-the-ground forms of support for equity for women faculty and women with familial responsibilities and under-represented women faculty in particular, changing the locus of responsibility from lone actors to networks that listen, learn, and act in response to identified issues. Both the CIMC and A&A programs create proactive processes for recognizing how local conditions—such as regional factors--impact lived experiences and for championing initiatives toward more innovative campus policies, practices, and resources around relations of race/ethnicity and caregiving support.  

Roger Green and Raj Raman
Roger Green (left) from NDSU, and Raj Raman from ISU discuss the implementation plan of the Advocates & Allies program at ISU during the March 2 meeting.