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Postdoc in STEM Education at Texas State University
Posted: Jan 24 2022
We are advertising a postdoctoral-level position associated with the NSF IUSE-HSI grant: "Building
Capacity: Creating Faculty-Student Communities for Culturally Relevant Institutional Change" (NSF
#1928696, PI Heather Galloway, Co-PIs Eleanor Close, Alice Olmstead, Cynthia Luxford, and Li Feng). The
position will primarily focus on research and will involve synergistic programmatic activities.
Northwestern University - Environmental Sciences - Assistant Professor of Instruction
Posted: Jan 3 2022
We are hiring for a continuing Assistant Professor of Instruction in Environmental Sciences, with GIS, at Northwestern University. The Northwestern campus is on the west shore of Lake Michigan, in Evanston, Illinois. We are sincerely looking for a person who brings powerful dimensions in Environmental Sciences - that may be earth systems, environmental health, ecology, environmental equity/justice, sustainability, urban environments, food/agricultural systems, and more.
Spring 2022 Faculty Mentoring Networks from BioQUEST/QUBES
Posted: Nov 29 2021

BioQUEST and QUBES have announced the Spring 2022 Faculty Mentoring Networks--semester-long opportunities for educators in higher ed to come together to support each other in projects related to STEM education reform.

Webinar: Departmental Action Leadership Institutes (DALIs): A scalable model for supporting departmental change efforts
Posted: Nov 4 2021
How can individual departments gain expertise in leading change locally? The American Physical Society (APS) Effective Practices for Physics Programs (EP3) initiative aims to help physics programs respond to challenges with a collection of knowledge, experience, and proven good practice derived from the physics community and disseminated via the EP3 Guide. As part of this initiative, we are piloting Departmental Action Leadership Institutes (DALIs), which provide intensive support for departments in implementing changes to their undergraduate programs. In this February 24, 2022 presentation, we will describe the goals and structure of the pilot DALI, present some initial feedback from our participants, and provide opportunities for the audience to reflect on how this model might be useful at their institutions.
Inclusive STEM Teaching Project: Join our Community of Facilitators!
Posted: Aug 26 2021
The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project is accepting applications for institutional teams to join our community of facilitators to be trained and host local learning communities synchronously with future project course offerings.
Upcoming webinar: Evaluation of effective and inclusive teaching
Posted: Jul 30 2021
This August 30 webinar is geared to professionals in these positions who want to know how they can be an agent of change for more meaningful, inclusive, and effective evaluation of teaching -- beyond traditional student course evaluations -- which has greater potential to enhance teaching excellence at their campus.
Job - Senior Coordinator of Departmental Practices in STEM Undergraduate Education
Posted: May 14 2021
The University of Georgia (UGA) DeLTA Project (https://seercenter.uga.edu/research/current-projects/delta-project/) and Center for Teaching and Learning (https://ctl.uga.edu) are accepting applications for a Senior Coordinator of Departmental Practices in STEM Undergraduate Education. The Senior Coordinator will develop responsive resources to support new policies and practices related to the formative and summative evaluation of teaching at the department level.
Working conference on Wicked Problems in STEM teacher preparation
Posted: Apr 27 2021

Please join us on June 24-25, 2021 for a different type of virtual conference experience. Bring a team and collaborate with others to address three wicked problems in STEM teacher preparation.

Building Structural Equity: National Networks' Role in Promoting Justice Panel Discussion
Posted: Apr 13 2021

ASCN and SEISMIC are co-hosting a panel on "Building Structural Equity: National Networks' Role in Promoting Justice." The purpose of this panel is to provide an opportunity for SEISMIC and ASCN members, particularly those in leadership roles, to learn from other national networks about how organizations themselves can promote justice.

Add change theories to the new collection
Posted: Mar 19 2021
Are you interested in authoring or contributing a summary of a change theory? Contact Working Group 1 (Tessa Andrews tandrews@uga.edu or Daniel Reinholz daniel.reinholz@sdsu.edu daniel.reinholz@sdsu.edu).
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