- The Christian Science Monitor – October 26, 2016: How can universities keep minorities in STEM graduate programs?
- The Atlantic – July 6, 2016: Why Do So Many Graduate Students Quit? The Atlantic. http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/07/why-do-so-many-graduate-students-quit/490094/ [PROMISE Program mentioned as a support program.]
- The Chronicle of Higher Education – July 3, 2016: To Diversify the Faculty, Start Here. The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Mentioned in UMBC News articles: http://news.umbc.edu/?s=renetta+tull
“There’s a reward in shared social connection, acknowledging that you are…valued.” —@Renetta_Tull @PROMISE_AGEP https://t.co/V9yIDNGveR
— UMBC (@UMBC) November 11, 2016
.@Renetta_Tull tells @Chronicle how @PROMISE_AGEP offers essential support for minority students in STEM grad prgrms https://t.co/8t7LreJRvB
— UMBC (@UMBC) July 13, 2016
Sci Chic Women STEM on Social Media Stars:
Women in Science You Should Be Following On Social Media: Your Guide To #WomeninSTEM on Social
Thank you for adding me to this list! “Women in Science You Should Be Following On Social Media” by Sci Chic https://t.co/re7a5b2xMJ
— Renetta G. Tull (@Renetta_Tull) June 30, 2016
ETN Focus Spotlight:
ETN Talks Latin America: Meet Dr. Renetta Garrison Tull
ETN Talks #LatinAmerica: Meet Dr. Renetta Garrison Tull https://t.co/1z80PrJoPZ@Renetta_Tull pic.twitter.com/FcCpo4kkPp
— ETN Focus Workshops (@etnfocus) June 24, 2016
Scientific American Blog:
Vanderbilt University, Multi-disciplinary Panel on Diversity in STEM
Watch here (Tull comments: t=33:24, approximately 8 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L7E1O0edmA&t=33m4s. June 8, 2016
Meet @UMBC’s Renetta Tull, #DiversityAward2015 finalist. Apply for 2016 Award: https://t.co/IdSE7zE5F2 @GEDCouncilhttps://t.co/xavtxjqX1N
— Airbus Group (@AirbusGroup) June 9, 2016
10/24/2015 Spanish Language release: .doc
10/27/2015 National release: .doc PRNewswire release: link
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
October 20, 2015 — Madrid, Spain | Baltimore, MD
Renetta Tull To Represent U.S. Before Global Engineering Deans Council
The Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) and The Airbus Group (Airbus) in their meeting in Madrid, Spain announced the three finalists for the 2015 GEDC Airbus Diversity Award. This international award recognizes people and projects worldwide which have encouraged students of all profiles and backgrounds to study and succeed in engineering. The GEDC has named Dr. Renetta Garrison Tull as one of three finalists for this prestigious award. The only American selected as a finalist this year. Dr. Tull is the Associate Vice Provost for Graduate Student Professional Development and Postdoctoral Affairs at The University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), and Director of PROMISE: Maryland’s Alliance for Graduation Education and Professoriate (AGEP) for the University System of Maryland.
“Diversity in engineering begins with personal relationships and that leads to community. Community leads to exposure, exposure leads to skills, and skills facilitate opportunities. This path needs to be available to all students, from all backgrounds,” Tull says.
Dr. Tull has influenced the careers of more than 10,000 graduate and undergraduate STEM students across the U.S., Puerto Rico, and South America. She will travel to Adelaide, Australia in late November to present her global diversity initiative to Airbus Group executives and the GEDC with the two remaining finalists from Germany and the United Arab Emirates.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
– 2015 GEDC Airbus Diversity Award: www.diversityinengineering.com
– PROMISE: Maryland’s AGEP for the University System of Maryland: promiseagep.wordpress.com
– Dr. Renetta Tull: www.renettatull.com • Twitter: @Renetta_Tull Facebook: RenettaTull
– Tull’s GEDC nominee video – https://youtu.be/A8xFZv9dPSw
CONTACT: Dr. Damon Tull, firstname.lastname@example.org
Preview YouTube video Renetta G Tull: GEDC Airbus Diversity Nominee Video
Renetta Tull’s Summer Series Talks at MIT
featured on MIT TechTV:
A New America: Empowering Hispanic Millennials
The Art of Mentoring (Mentoring at Purdue Keynote)
Bilingual Video for ADVANCE Hispanic Women in STEM
Partial Text Transcript from video for Women in Public Service Project
See a full list of publications that discuss PROMISE on the PROMISE publications page.
Sample: Read “The PROMISE of a Better Graduate School Community” (2 pages) here: InChemistry_PROMISEarticle
Sample: Read The ‘Imposter Syndrome’ and How to Avoid it. SHPE Magazine – The Official Magazine of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Vol. 11, No. 3.
Order “The Jessica Effect,” published in the AAC&U Peer Review: http://www.aacu.org/peerreview/2014/spring/tull
Public Radio “The Best of Our Knowledge” http://wamc.org/post/best-our-knowledge-938
THE SOUNDS OF PROGRESS: THE CHANGING ROLE OF GIRLS AND WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
PERCEPTIONS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN UNDERGRADUATE WOMEN IN THEIR PURSUIT OF A PH.D. IN SCIENCE
(On National Public Radio – NPR, September 2008)
Discussions/Interviews in the Press (Print Media):
“What is the value of completing a postdoctoral fellowship, rather than immediately accepting a faculty appointment after graduation? What resources are available in searching for and/or funding a postdoctoral opportunity?” The ASHA Leader
http://www.asha.org/academic/questions/Postdoctoral-Opportunities.htm, June 25, 2009
Bowen Nunez, J. (2008, March 4). “Speaking out on the post-doctoral experience.” The ASHA Leader, 13(3), 24.
Jones, Kierra. (2008, September 10). “Alumna Brings Impact, ‘Promise’ to Graduate Students,” The Hilltop, The Daily Student Voice of Howard University, Vol. 91, No. 12.
Videos from MIT:
(Prepare for Graduate School: Optimize Your Summer Research Experience)
(Leveraging Your Undergraduate Experience for Graduate School Success)
For links to other videos, see the PROFESSIONAL page on this website: https://renettatull.wordpress.com/professional/
- BET Nightly News, (Minority Technology Businesses), May 29, 2002
- Q&A (Implementing speech in assistive situations), Speech Technology Magazine, July/August 2001
- Software Finds Speech Patterns Hard to Decipher, The Daily Cardinal, April 30, 2001
- Don Your Armor! Protect Your Research from Computer Hackers, In Chemistry, Vol. 8, No. 2 Nov. /Dec. 1998.
- Investigating the Common Cold to Improve Speech Technology, Media lay paper, Am. Institute of Physics, Dec. 1996.
- Faint Recognition”, TheDallas Morning News, Dec. 9, 1996
- Speaker Recognition: Who Goes There?” Science &Technology, The Economist, Vol. 339, No 7969, pp.87-88, 1996
- Cold-affected Speech and Speaker Recognition, Media lay paper, American Institute of Physics (AIP), May 1996
Please share! Leave a reply.