Women Faculty & Staff Programs
Women Faculty Professional Development Program
Formal and informal meetings are scheduled throughout the academic year to bring together Mines academic women faculty to discuss topics such as tenure and promotion, research, policies, and other relevant issues. Contact Dr. Tracy Camp, Computer Science Department Head and Professor, for more details.
Association of Classified Employees (ACE)
ACE serves as the representative body for the Mines Classified Employees. ACE provides information and serves as a consulting body for the Mines Administration and any other campus group(s) or organization(s) whose policies or procedures affect the Association.
Administrative Faculty Council (AFC)
AFC was organized to serve as the representative body of the Administrative Faculty to actively participate in Mines policy matters which may affect or be of interest to the Administrative Faculty. It also acts as an advisory body to the Mines Administration, provides information and advice to its constituents, and acts as a liaison to the groups on campus.
EMPOWER is a group for professional women who work at Mines. Their mission is to build a thriving community to enhance personal and professional goals of members through support, encouragement, inspiration, and cooperation while creating a strong professional network of empowered women. EMPOWER: empowering Mines professional women through encouragement and resources. For more information contact Lia Franklin or visit the EMPOWER FaceBook page.
The Faculty Senate promotes cooperation and understanding among the various constituencies that comprise the School by: 1) providing a forum for the Academic Faculty to express its concerns to the Administration and the Board of Trustees; 2) encouraging the involvement of the Academic Faculty in the overall operation of the School; 3) fostering and maintaining a stimulating atmosphere for teaching, scholarship and service.
Academic Management Institute (AMI)
Each year, the WISEM Program and the Strategic Development area sponsors and selects up to four academic and administrative women faculty members to participate in this leadership and management Institute. AMI strives to support the development of senior-level women administrators in higher education, particularly in Colorado and Wyoming. 2017 Mines AMI Application Form