Qualifications

Qualifications of Dr. Rose

Suzanna Rose, Ph.D. is Founding Director of the School of Integrated Science & Humanity within the College of Arts and Sciences, and Professor of Psychology at Florida International University. She has consulted with women faculty extensively across the U.S. about their careers in academe and has given numerous presentations at professional conferences on career development. She also has done research on women’s academic careers in biology and psychology focusing specifically on the development of a professional reputation. In addition, she has edited Career Guide for Women Scholars, a well-respected book giving advice concerning how to get tenure and authored a chapter on “Money Matters: The Art of Negotiation for Women Faculty” for Arming Athena: Career Strategies for Women Academics (Sage,1998).

RECENT PRESENTATIONS ON FACULTY CAREER DEVELOPMENT

  • 2015 Rose, S. M. Strategies to Advance and Empower STEM Women through Networking, Training, and Structural Change. NSF ADVANCE Conference. Baltimore, MD.
  • 2015 Rose, S.M., Darici, Y., Eaton, A., Hickey-Vargas, R. FIU ADVANCE Strategies for Elevating Concerns of Women Faculty. NSF ADVANCE Conference. Baltimore, MD.
  • 2015 Rose, S. M., & Wells, L. Student success and retention through transformation of lower division STEM critical courses: The Mastery Model of Instruction. Science Math Teaching Imperative Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • 2014 Rose, S. M., & Wilson, K. An Exploration of Best Practices for Faculty Mentoring at a Large State University, 7th Annual Mentoring Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, October.
  • 2014 Rose, S. M., Enhancing Women’s Resilience: A Leadership Skills Program. International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris, July.
  • 2014 Rose, S. M., Changing Women’s Lives: Teaching Activism. Women’s Liberation Conference on A Revolutionary Moment: The Women’s Movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Boston, March.
  • 2014 Rose, S.M., Darici, Y., Eaton, A., Hickey-Vargas, R., & Stewart, A. Progress and Challenges with Advancing Women in STEM at Florida International University. National Science Foundation ADVANCE Conference, Alexandria, VA, March.
  • 2014 Rose, S. M. Strategic Career Planning for Women in Psychology. Association for Women in Psychology, Columbus, OH, March.
  • 2013 Rose, S. M. Educating colleagues about inequality. American Psychological Association, Honolulu, July.
  • 2013 Rose, S.M., Darici, Y., Hickey-Vargas, R., Eaton, A., & Stewart, A. Early success of ADVANCE hiring strategies at Florida International University. NSF ADVANCE Conference, Alexandria, VA: March.
  • 2011 McHugh, M. C., Chrisler, J. & Rose, S. M. Advancing women in the academy. Women’s Worlds International Congress, Ottawa, Canada, July.
  • 2010 Rose, S. M. Career and Leadership Strategies for Women in Academe. International Congress of Applied Psychology. Melbourne, Australia, July.

INVITED ADDRESSES/CONSULTATIONS

  • 2014 Leadership Institute for Women Faculty in Pennsylvania Higher Education System
  • 2014 Plenary Address, Women’s International Conference, University of Central Florida
  • 2013 Conference on Sexual Assault, Pennsylvania State University
  • 2012 Leadership Institute for Women Faculty in Pennsylvania Higher Education System
  • 2010 The Alliance for the Advancement of Florida’s Academic Women in Chemistry & Engineering, NSF ADVANCE Project
  • 2010 American Psychology & Law Society
  • 2009 University of Michigan, NSF ADVANCE Project
  • 2009 Leadership Institute for Women Faculty in Pennsylvania Higher Education System
  • 2009 University of Virginia & Virginia Commonwealth University, Women in Engineering, NSF ADVANCE Project
  • 2009 Colby College, Maine
  • 2009 Florida Atlantic University
  • 2008 University of Michigan, NSF/ADVANCE Project
  • 2007 San Diego State University
  • 2007 University of Virginia & Virginia Commonwealth University, Women in Engineering, NSF ADVANCE Project
  • 2006 University of Michigan, NSF/ADVANCE Project
  • 2006 Leadership Institute for Women Faculty in Pennsylvania Higher Education System
  • 2006 Women in Engineering, Mid Atlantic States, NSF ADVANCE Project, Charlotteville, VA
  • 2005 Leadership Institute for Women Faculty in Pennsylvania Higher Education System
  • 2005 National Symposium on the Advancement of Women in Science, Harvard-Radcliffe
  • 2005 College of Engineering, Mississippi State University
  • 2004 Leadership Institute for Women Faculty in Pennsylvania Higher Education System
  • 2003 University of the Western Cape, South Africa
  • 2003 Engineering Information Foundation, Untenured Women Faculty Program, NSF ADVANCE Project
  • 2003 University of Nevada-Reno
  • 2003 University of Granada, Spain
  • 2003 University of Missouri-St. Louis, 4th Shibusawa Foundation Conference
  • 2003 Colby College, Maine
  • 2003 Shibusawa Foundation, Japan
  • 2002 Texas A & M University, NSF ADVANCE Project
  • 2002 University of the Western Cape, South Africa
  • 2002 University of Granada, Spain
  • 2002 Colby College, Bangor, Maine
  • 2002 Mississippi State University
  • 2001 University of the Western Cape, South Africa
  • 2000 University of Missouri-Rolla
  • 1999 Miami University-Ohio
  • 1998 University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa
  • 1998 University of Nevada-Reno
  • 1997 University of Nevada-Reno
  • 1995 Old Dominion University
  • 1994 University of Nevada-Reno
  • 1993 University of Illinois-Champaign
  • 1992 Queen’s University, Belfast, N. Ireland
  • 1992 University of Ulster, Coleraine, N. Ireland
  • 1992 Colorado State University
  • 1990 Westminster College
  • 1989 University of the Western Cape, South Africa