Helping STEM Students Thrive
The UB Women in STEM Cooperative is proud to offer the Helping STEM Students Thrive series, a webinar series collaboration between Harvard University and the University at Buffalo featuring the perspectives of national thought leaders and institutional representatives about expanding the participation of women in undergraduate STEM education at different scales as informed through the lens of higher education trends, institutional practices, learning spaces and introductory undergraduate courses in STEM.
Learn more about:
- What innovations can expand female or underrepresented minority student participation and success in STEM undergraduate education?
- What are some examples of effective evidence-based STEM teaching practices commonly adopted at research universities?
- What are some of the unique institutional and cultural challenges to achieving STEM diversity?
- What does difference at scale look like?
Sexual Harassment in STEM /Sexual Harassment Report from National Academies
- Sharon Nolan-Weiss, University at Buffalo
Course Design for Inclusion in STEM
- Robin Sullivan, University at Buffalo
Mentoring Women in STEM
- Florence Hudson, Longitudinal Mentoring
- TBA, Harvard University
- TBA, University at Buffalo
The Current State of Women in STEM: What the Research Says
- Time: All sessions are scheduled from 12 to 1:30 p.m. EST
- Intended audience: Faculty and administrators
- Why attend: Discover inclusive STEM teaching practices and culturally-sensitive pedagogies that can easily be incorporated into your curriculum to improve underrepresented student learning.
- Format: Online Video Conference (Note: Internet access and a web browser are required. Video conference setup details will be provided upon registration.)
- Cost: Free