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Working Group 5 Monthly Meeting
Dec 5 2022 Monday, November 7, 2022 9am-10am PT | 10am - 11am MT | 11am - 12pm CT | 12pm - 1pm ET Please join us for the monthly meeting for the diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice working group. Here are the ...

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The PULSE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Rubric: A Resource for Departmental Self-Assessment
Nov 15 2022 Kate Marley, Doane College; and Pamela Pape-Lindstrom; Harford Community College
The Partnership for Undergraduate Life Sciences Education (PULSE) is a community of life sciences leaders committed to educational practices that best prepare undergraduate students to tackle 21st-century challenges. Recent events of violence, injustice, systemic racism, and the national movement to rethink how colleges and universities could address such inequities, has motivated PULSE to create the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Rubric to complement the original five rubrics (Brancaccio-Taras et al. 2016). The DEI Rubric was created for STEM departments' self-assessment of DEI efforts via: review of their practices and pedagogies; initiation of dialogue about departmental and institutional equity gaps; and determination of a departmental consensus score for each rubric criterion. The DEI rubric is also applicable to non-STEM departments. In this session, presenters will describe the use of the DEI Rubric and participants will engage with the rubric and discuss how to enhance DEI work in their department.

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Empowering STEM departments to enact change through the PULSE Ambassadors Program
Sep 27 2022 Alix Fink, ; Sheela Vemu, Waubonsee Community College; Nitya Jacob, Oxford College of Emory University; and Gary Reiness, Lewis & Clark College
The PULSE Ambassadors Program is designed to inspire department-level transformation in STEM education through a two-day workshop with department faculty and follow-up support activities. A team of trained facilitators guides the department to build a shared vision for transformed undergraduate education by increasing ownership and collaboration in the visioning process. Rooted in biology-education reform efforts, the program supports departments across STEM disciplines and institution types as they undertake the challenge of providing equitable access to STEM education for all students. Participants in this session will learn about the goals, structure, and outcomes of the PULSE Ambassadors Program.

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Defining Inclusive Teaching Practices
May 12 2022 This event is part of a series. More information about future events is coming soon... Thursday, May 12, 2022 9 am PT | 10 am MT | 11 am CT | 12 pm ET Presenters: Melissa M. Haswell, Associate Dean of Science and ...

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The Politics of Leading Change Informal Discussion
Apr 29 2022 Madhura Kulkarni, Northern Kentucky University
As change leaders, we often come up against challenges we call "politics". This series examines the politics of leading change through three types of engagements: 1) a recording of Susan Elrod's (Chancellor, Indiana University-South Bend) presentation on leadership moves, which starts to de-mystify actions change leaders take that sometimes fall under the "politics" umbrella [17:27- 43:54], 2) a panel discussion with change leaders working in different contexts, and 3) an informal discussion with WG 3 leaders about the ideas discussed in the recording and panel discussion. The panelists are Ande Durojaiye (Miami University Regionals, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science), David Craig (Leadership Team of Effective Practices for Physics Programs & Associate Professor of Physics, Oregon State University), Susan Singer (Provost & Professor of Biology, Rollins College), and Gabriela Weaver (Assistant Dean for Student Success Analytics & Professor of Chemistry, Univ. of Massachusetts –Amherst). You may choose to participate in all three engagements or any combination thereof.

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Working Group 7 Monthly Meeting
Apr 25 2022 Monday, April 25, 2022 | 11:00-12:00pm PT / 12:00pm-1:00pm MT / 1:00-2:00pm CT / 2:00-3:00pm ET Join us for a conversation with the Accelerating Systemic Change Network (ASCN) Working Group 7 on Learning Spaces. ...

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The Politics of Leading Change Panel Discussion
Apr 19 2022 Ande Durojaiye, Miami University Regionals, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science David Craig, Leadership Team of Effective Practices for Physics Programs & Associate Professor of Physics, Oregon State University Susan Singer, Provost & Professor of Biology, Rollins College Gabriela Weaver, Assistant Dean for Student Success Analytics & Professor of Chemistry, Univ. of Massachusetts –Amherst
As change leaders, we often come up against challenges we call "politics". This series examines the politics of leading change through three types of engagements: 1) a recording of Susan Elrod's (Chancellor, Indiana University-South Bend) presentation on leadership moves, which starts to de-mystify actions change leaders take that sometimes fall under the "politics" umbrella [17:27- 43:54], 2) a panel discussion with change leaders working in different contexts, and 3) an informal discussion with WG 3 leaders about the ideas discussed in the recording and panel discussion. The panelists are Ande Durojaiye (Miami University Regionals, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science), David Craig (Leadership Team of Effective Practices for Physics Programs & Associate Professor of Physics, Oregon State University), Susan Singer (Provost & Professor of Biology, Rollins College), and Gabriela Weaver (Assistant Dean for Student Success Analytics & Professor of Chemistry, Univ. of Massachusetts –Amherst). You may choose to participate in all three engagements or any combination thereof.

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TEC Meeting
Apr 18 2022 Monday, April 18, 2022 | 9:00-10:00am PT / 10:00am-11:00am MT / 11:00am-12:00pm CT / 12:00-1:00pm ET The Teaching Evaluation Collective (TEC) meetings are to discuss organizations' efforts to systemically ...

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Change Theory Summary Writing Party - April
Apr 12 2022 Tuesday, April 12, 2022 10am - 12pm PT | 11am - 1pm MT | 12pm - 2pm CT | 1pm - 3pm ET Register Now » The ASCN Theory Working Group (WG1) has been working to craft a set of brief summaries of relevant change ...

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TEC Quarterly Meeting
Mar 15 2022 Tuesday, March 15, 2022 | 12:00-2:00pm PT / 1:00pm-2:00pm MT / 2:00-3:00pm CT / 3:00-4:00pm ET The Teaching Evaluation Collective (TEC) meetings are to discuss organizations' efforts to systemically evaluate ...

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