Facilitator: Huihui Qi, Padnos College of Engineering and Computing
CES EduPack™ is the world-leading teaching resource for materials in engineering, science, processing, design and sustainable development. It inspires and engages students in courses related to materials or process, provides reliable date, promotes inter-disciplinary learning and projects. If you need a software for materials and process selection for your teaching or scholarship, join us for this webinar, to discover the benefit of CES EduPack!
Facilitator: Christine Rener, Pew FTLC
Get strategies you can use to recruit, hire, and sustain a more diverse team of academic faculty and staff. Listen as Dr. Mathew Ouellett explains the role that implicit bias can play at each stage of the search process. You'll learn about results from the latest research on implicit bias and get proven strategies you can use to anticipate and reduce its effects on the three key stages of the search process: recruiting, hiring, and managing. Even with the best of intentions, implicit bias in your recruiting and hiring process can reduce your school's chances of creating and sustaining the diverse team you're trying to achieve. Implicit bias refers to subtle cognitive processes that can happen so fast that they often operate below conscious awareness. But they can still affect the actions you take and the decisions you make. Recent research helps us better understand the role that implicit bias can play in the faculty recruitment process and in hiring decisions. Because we're all vulnerable to implicit bias, knowing what it is, how it can influence your decisions, and the practical strategies you can use to reduce its impact are key to increasing your chances of hiring and retaining a more culturally diverse faculty for your school. This is something that recent studies have also shown can provide significant benefits to your students.
Facilitator: Tom Pentecost, Chemistry and Pew FTLC
Sponsored by Magna, this seminar taught innovative ways to think about the content that is critical for your students to learn and remember. The mission of content in the classroom and how to use it to provide high-quality instruction was explored.