Overview and Logistics
Main topics for consideration:
- The state of Geography, Geology, Geoscience, Earth Science, GIS on your campus
- Teaching climate change - What have you done? What would you like to try?
- Localizing climate change—Climate, surface water levels and resilient communities
Additional topics for consideration:
- The Challenges and Benefits of an International Student population
- Professional pathways for students in our disciplines under the "new" UW System model.
Our goals mirror those of the SAGE 2YC Change Agents Project
- Fostering classroom environments that maximize Student Success
- Develop and maintain Professional Pathways for students in our disciplines
- Eliminating the barriers to Broadening Participation of all ethnicities and gender identities specifically within our disciplines and in general within all STEM fields
- Furthermore, we aim to build and maintain a regional network of Geography and Geoscience colleagues who can take a thoughtful and innovative approach toward post-secondary education
Date and times
Friday, 24 January 2020
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh / Fox Cities Campus Main Building M-1346 (Conference Room)
Attend, share your experiences. Listen and comment as others share theirs. Add to the corporate body of knowledge among your University of Wisconsin colleagues. Add to the tools you can access to practice your craft.
Be engaged. Our fields, disciplines, and specialties are all fascinating! Have fun talking with others who share your interests!
This workshop is free to participants, thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation.
To register, complete the Registration Form by January 17th.
Facilities, Directions, and Parking
Driving Directions / Campus Map
Lunch will be provided. Please inform us of any dietary restrictions when you register.