ADVANCE Distinguished Lecture Series (ADLS)
K-State ADVANCE program awards up to $1200 to tenure-earning faculty from different departments of five partner STEM colleges to invite and bring seminar speakers to campus. The funds may be used for travel expenses and/or honorarium. Each faculty member selected to receive funding from this program, in conjunction with their department head and dean, identifies and invites a leader in their discipline to participate in the seminar series.
NEW Spring 2020 Materials Below!
ADLS for Assistant Professors
RFP Spring 2020 (PDF)
ADLS Application (doc) *new for Spring 2020*
Eligible Departments (PDF)
ADLS Rubric (PDF)
Sample ADLS Application (PDF)
The following two forms are to be completed and submitted electronically per the forms' instructions no later than one month after the seminar occurs.
ADLS Report Form (doc)
This report form should be completed to satisfy part of the award requirements.
ADLS Remittance Form (doc)
This remittance form should be completed to request speaker reimbursements.
Mid-January - call for proposals on ADVANCE listserv
Mid-February - materials due as outlined in the Request for Proposals
February/March - review of proposals by KAWSE ADLS Screening Committee
April - announcement of KAWSE ADLS Awardee(s)
September - honoree(s) recognized at KAWSE’s Women’s Recognition Ceremony
Upcoming ADLS Speakers
More coming soon!
Past ADLS Speakers
"Postcard from the Future - The Physics Landscape at at the High-Luminosity LHC" - Presented by Meenakshi Narain, Professor at Brown University in the department of physics.
- November 11, 2019, 4:30 pm, 102 Cardwell Hall
- ADLS Awardee - Keti Kaadze, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, College of Arts & Sciences
"Salmonella-microbiome Interactions in the Gut and their Impact on Transmission" - Presented by Denise Monack, Professor at Stanford University in the department of microbiology and immunology.
- November 4, 2019, 3:30 pm, 221 Ackert Hall
- ADLS Awardee - Steph Shames, Assistant Professor, Division of Biology, College of Arts & Sciences
"Why populism is the Sugar Salt Fat in Our Politics, with examples from Venezuela" - Presented by Javier Corrales, Dwight W. Morrow 1895 professor and chair of political science at Amherst College, Amgerst, Massachusetts.
- October 17, 2019, 3 p.m., Calvin Hall
- ADLS Awardee - Alissandra Stoyan, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences
"Inverse boundary problems for elliptic PDE in low regularity setting" - Presented by Katya Krupchyk, Professor at the University of California, Irvine
- April 25, 2019, 2:30 p.m., Cardwell room 122
- ADLS Awardee - Lizaveta Ihnatsyeva, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences