A national coalition of institutions committed to supporting and advancing research addressing the lives of women and girls of color.
Who We Are
Shifting the tide of research requires sustained, committed institutional investments
In 2015-2016, more than 50 institutions formed the Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research, a coalition of institutions taking action to advance research addressing the lives of women and girls of color.
Each institution joined by publicly affirming the importance of research addressing the lives of women and girls of color – and then making direct, substantive investments in that research at their institutions.
Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University is committed to serving as the institutional administrator of the Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research through 2020. The University is home to the Anna Julia Cooper Center.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
“Building and enhancing the research pipeline on women and girls of color is another demonstration of how we are working to advance excellence through diversity.”
“Of the 14.1 million girls and young women of color, age 10–24, in the United States, 40.7% live in the South, 23.2% in the Pacific West, 14.9% in the Northeast, 10.4% in East North Central, 7.3% in the Mountain West, and 3.5% in West North Central.”
The RFP is now available for Marquette University faculty.