Commitment to Student Success
Faculty and staff are committed to the success of students interested in STEM. We are working to develop internal expertise, through workshops, learning groups, communities of practice, and attendance at external conferences in inclusive pedagogical practices and in an understanding of critical race theory and anti-racist approaches.
Examples of Activities:
- Social Justice and Racial Equity Workshop (3 days) led by Heather Hackman of Hackman Consulting (Fall 2018)
- Context Diversity Workshop led by Roberto Ibarra and Gary Weissmann (Friday, September 13th, from 4 to 6pm, in Carnegie 339)
- Structure Matters-21 Teaching Strategies to Promote Student Engagement and Cultivate Classroom Equity Workshop led by Kimberly Tanner (Fall 2019)
- Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop led by Bryan Dewsbury (planned Winter 2020)
- STEM Scholars Cohort/Mentoring Learning Community led by John Smedley and April Hill (Winter 2019)
- Supporting Faculty development through supporting attendance at External Workshops and Institutes
- Course Based Research Experience workshops for faculty (Five workshops led by April Hill and Bev Johnson, from February through July, 2019).