PROMISE: Maryland’s AGEP and its programs, e.g., Dissertation House, Summer Success Institute (SSI), Professors-in-Training (PROF-it), are mentioned in the following articles and abstracts:
D. A. Delaine, R. G. Tull, and D. A. Williams. Global Diversity in Engineering Education – An Exploratory Analysis. World Engineering Education Forum/International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, September 2015, Triste, Italy. Abstract submitted.
A. M. Reed and R. G. Tull. Encouraging Equilibrium: Career-Life Balance Outreach and the Advancement of Women in Engineering, 13th LACCEI Annual International Conference: “Engineering Education Facing the Grand Challenges, What Are We Doing?” July 29-31, 2015, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Submitted.
A. M. Reed and R. G. Tull. Programmatic Interventions for Developing Diverse Global Eminent Faculty Scholars Through International Collaborations. 4th Annual ASEE International Forum. Full paper accepted.
R. G. Tull and M. Cortes-Rodriguez. Starting Points for Involving Underrepresented Graduate Students in International Engagement: A Case Study on the Collaborations Between the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) and Educational Institutions in Latin America. 4th Annual ASEE International Forum. Full paper accepted.
R. G. Tull. Broadening the Participation of U.S. Engineering Students and Faculty in International Engagement. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) PRISM. March/April 1015.
Q. Brown, R. G. Tull, L. Medina, M. Beadle-Holder, and Y. Medina. Factoring Family Considerations into Female Faculty Choices for International Engagement in Engineering, IT, and Computer Science. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 2015 Conference. Full paper accepted.
R. G. Tull, A. Y. Williams, and S. Hester. An NSF AGEP Program’s Unintended Effect on Broadening Participation: Transforming “Non-STEM” Graduate Students into Engineering Education Faculty, Researchers, K-12 Educators, and Advocates. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 2015 Conference. In press.
P. Ordóñez, K. Krishnaswamy, R. G. Tull, D. Ding, M. L. Goldberg. Assistive Technology Research as a Mechanism to Broaden the Participation of Women, Underrepresented Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities. Proceedings of the 12th Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology, Guayaquil, Ecuador (2014)
R. G. Tull, and W. Carter-Veale (2014, May). Structured Interventions for Underrepresented Students and Faculty Members in STEM. In D. E. Chubin & A. L. DePass. (Eds.), Understanding interventions that broaden participation in research careers: Intervening to Critical Mass (vol. V, pp. 29-32). Summary of conference presentation at the 2012 Understanding Interventions that Broaden the Participation in Research Careers conference, Baltimore, MD. (Website: http://understanding-interventions.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Understanding-Interventions-2012.pdf)
F. Carter-Johnson (2014, May). An Emerging Professional Development Intervention for Peer Mentors and Their Mentees. In D. E. Chubin & A. L. DePass. (Eds.), Understanding interventions that broaden participation in research careers: Intervening to Critical Mass (vol. V, pp. 49-51). Summary of conference presentation at the 2012 Understanding Interventions that Broaden the Participation in Research Careers conference, Baltimore, MD. (Website: http://understanding-interventions.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Understanding-Interventions-2012.pdf)
E. Aparakakankanange, and R. G. Tull. An AGEP Program Analysis: Minority Graduate Student Diversity in STEM Disciplines at Three Universities. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL2014)/2014 World Engineering Education Forum, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2014.
M Cortes-Rodriguez, M. A., Nino, and R. G. Tull. Desde la Licenciatura Hasta el Doctorado: Los Sistemas de Apoyos Para Estudiantes de Posgrado en Instituciones Fuera de Su País y Lejos de Casa. Revista Cruce. (In Press)
M. Cortes-Rodriguez, M. A. Nino, and R. G. Tull. Preparing for Global Leadership in STEM Fields: Working in an International Setting. 3rd American Association of Engineering Education International Forum, ASEE, 2014.
R. G. Tull, M. A. Nino, and K. M. Holmes. Building a Community of Practice Among Engineering Graduate Students to Foster Academic and Professional Success. 121st Annual Conference of the American Association of Engineering Education. Paper #10524. ASEE, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2014.
R. G. Tull, P. Ordóñez, F. Carter-Johnson, B. Zayas, A. Byars-Winston, M. Cortes-Rodriguez, “The Jessica Effect: Valuing Cultural and Familial Connections to Broaden Success in Academe,” AAC&U Peer Review, 2014.
Medina, H., Tull, R. G., Pearlman, J. L., Goldberg, M. L., (2013). QoLT Engineering Education Outreach Facilitates Systems Analysis Study for Wheelchair Use in Mexico. 9th Annual Global Student Development Forum, Cartagena, Colombia. (Poster) Extended Abstract.
Tull, R. G., Medina, H., Pearlman, J., & Goldberg, M. R. (2013). An Emerging Impact from an Engineering Education Outreach Collaborative “Bridge” Program: Graduate Student Participation in Wheelchair Mobility Research for Mexico. #RP207, Proceedings of the Eleventh LACCEI Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology (LACCEI’2013) “Innovation in Engineering, Technology and Education for Competitiveness and Prosperity,” August 14 – 16, 2013, Cancun, Mexico.
Westmoreland, S. N. (2013). A Post-PhD Reflection on Dissertation House as a Best Practice, Intersections & Inequality, R. E. Zambrana , Ed., College Park, Maryland: The Consortium on Race, Gender, & Ethnicity, p. 25-26.
Williams, A. Y. (2013). Dissertation House as Best Practice: A Reflection, Intersections & Inequality, R. E. Zambrana, Ed., College Park, Maryland: The Consortium on Race, Gender, & Ethnicity, p. 23-25.
Carter-Johnson, F. D., Ordóñez Rozo, P., Tull, R. G., and Nino, M. (2013). Examining the Intersection of Graduate Student Funding, Mentoring,and Training as a Mechanism of Success for Peer Mentors and their Mentees, paper ID#7626. 120th Annual Conference of the American Association of Engineering Education, Atlanta: ASEE
Pollack, J. (2012, December 3). PROMISE Partnership Prepares Grad Students for the Professoriate. The Business Monthly. (Posted in: FOCUS ON TECHNOLOGY & EDUCATION)
Goldberg, M., Milleville, M. Ding, D., Simmons, R., Brown, S., & Collins, D. (2012). Developing Future Generations of QoLT Researchers through Education, Outreach, and Diversity Initiatives, in Quality of Life Technology Handbook (Robert Shultz, Ed.). p. 270.
Tull, R. G., Rutledge, J.C., Warnick, J. W., and Carter, F. D. (2012). PROMISE: Maryland’s Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate Enhances Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Minority Graduate Students. Academic Medicine, 87(11), p. 1562-1569.
Tull, R. G., Nino, M. and Ramoutar, N. (2012). Preparing for Engineering and Other STEM Graduate/Post-Graduate Masters and Doctoral Programs. Proceedings of the Tenth LACCEI Latin American and Caribbean Conference (LACCEI 2012), Megaprojects: Building Infrastructure by fostering engineering collaboration, efficient and effective integration and innovative planning, July 23-27, 2012, Panama City, Panama. [Spanish Version of Section 4 here: Preparación para Programas de Maestría y Doctorado]
Carter-Johnson, F. D., Ordóñez Rozo, P., and Tull, R. G. (2012). Peer Mentoring and Graduate Student Funding: an Emerging Professional Development Intervention for Peer Mentors and their Mentees. (Abstract). 5th Annual Conference on Understanding Interventions that Broaden Participation in Research Careers (UI5) , Baltimore, May 10-12, 2012.
Reed, A. M. and Tull, R. G. (2012). Reducing the Bottleneck: Breaking the Bottle! Addressing the Recruitment of Postdocs through Best Practices of AGEP and ADVANCE Horizons Programs. Proceedings of WEPAN 2012, Columbus, OH. Abstract: Webpage
Rutledge, J.C., Carter-Veale, W.Y. & Tull, R. G. (2011). Successful PhD Pathways to Advanced STEM Careers for Black Women in Beyond Stock Stories and Folktales: African Americans’ Paths to STEM Fields, Vol. 11., H. T. Frierson and W. F. Tate, Eds. United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.
Hrabowski, F. (2011). Institutional Change in Higher Education: Innovation and Collaboration, Policy Paper: Strategies to Increase STEM Achievement in Higher Education, McGraw-Hill Research Foundation.
Byrne, R. (2011, Fall) “The Write Stuff”, UMBC Magazine. p. 12
Detrick, L., Hernandez, S., Johnson, A., Jones, D. & Tull, R. (2011). Addressing Institutional Barriers in Broadening Participation of Women and Underrepresented Groups in Engineering Higher Education, WEPAN Conference, Seattle, WA.
Matthews, J. N. A. (2011, March). For underrepresented minorities, bridge programs ease transition to PhD studies, Physics Today, Vol. 4, No. 3
Ponjuan, L., Gasman, M., Hirshman, E., & Esters, L. L. (2011). “ A New Hope: Recruiting and Retaining the Next Generation of Faculty of Color“, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Issue Brief – Council on Access, Diversity and Excellence (https://www.aplu.org/netcommunity/)
Glenn, D. (2010, March 31) “Help to the Finish Line: Ways to Reduce the Numbers of Ph.D. Dropouts”, The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Sowell, R. S., Bell, N. E., & Kirby, S. N. (2010). Ph.D. Completion and Attrition: Policies and Practices to Promote Student Success, Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools.
Carter, W. (2010, May). Dissertation house: Graduate innovation in PhD completion and retention. In D. E. Chubin, A. L. DePass, & L. Blockus, L. (Eds.), Understanding interventions that broaden participation in research careers: Embracing a breadth of purpose (vol. III, pp. 69-71). Summary of conference presentation at the 2009 Understanding Interventions that Broaden the Participation in Research Careers conference, Bethesda, MD. (Website: http://www.thedissertationhouse.com)
Council of Graduate Schools. (2008). Ph.D. Completion Project Featured Profile – University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), http://www.phdcompletion.org/features/umbc2.asp
Bass, S. A., Rutledge, J. C., Douglass, E. B., & Carter, W. Y. (2007). Lessons Learned: Shepherding Doctoral Students to Degree Completion. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools.
Tull, R. G., M. Jackson, M. & Rutledge, J. C. (2003, November/December). The PROMISE of a Better Graduate School Community, In Chemistry.
Bass, S. A., Tull, R. G., Rutledge, J. C. , Jackson, M. & Summers, M. F. (2003). Paving the Pathway to the Professions: Institutional Practices to Facilitate the Success of a Diverse Doctoral Student Population, Journal of Higher Education Strategists, Vol. 1, No. 3.
Additional written dissemination:
Tull, R. G. (2013, Spring). Optimize Your Summer Research Experience. SHPE – Magazine of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Vol. 15., No. 2. p. 20.
Tull, R. G. (2009, Fall). The ‘Imposter Syndrome’ and How to Avoid it. SHPE Magazine – The Official Magazine of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Vol. 11, No. 3.
Tull, R. G., & Anglón, G. C. (2009, May). Outdoor Community Building Retreats as Interventions to Improve Campus Climate for Graduate Students, Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Conference on Understanding Interventions, Bethesda, MD.
Pollack, J. K., Starr, A. and Tull, R. (2009, April). PROFessors-in-training (PROF-it): Preparing Graduate Students for Teaching Opportunities, Proceedings of the Best Practices in Graduate Student Recruitment and Retention Mini-Symposium, Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools Annual Meeting.
Carter, W., Tull, R. G., & Rutledge, J. C. (2008, April). Dissertation House, Proceedings of the Best Practices in Graduate Student Development Mini-Symposium, Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools Annual Meeting.
Tull, R. G. (2006). Extending Expectations of Excellence: A Multi-ethnic Recruitment and Retention Guide for West Chester University’s Graduate Programs of Study, (unpublished manual).