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January 2022 Module Development & Community Building Experience
Jan 20 - Feb 10, 2022 This meeting will now be held virtually via Zoom, with sessions on: Thursday, Jan 20 Kick-off meeting (10-3 Central) Thursday, Jan 27 (10-3 Central) Thursday, Feb 10 (12-4 Central) An additional follow-on meeting ...

Mentoring Undergraduates: Techniques And Best Practices For Guiding The Next Generation Of Scientists
Jan 26 2022 Establishing a mentoring relationship typically falls upon the mentee, which can leave individuals who could benefit the most (non-traditional & first generation students or individuals from marginalized groups) out in the cold. During this webinar we will cover techniques and best practices for establishing, maintaining or improving mentoring relationships with undergraduate students. While the topics covered will directly target undergraduate mentors they may also be useful for those working with high school or graduate students.

Working Group 7 Meeting
Jan 31 2022 January 31, 2022 | 11:00am-12:00pm PT / 12:00pm-1:00pm MT / 1:00pm-2:00pm CT / 2:00-3:00pm ET Join us for a conversation with the Accelerating Systemic Change Network (ASCN) Working Group 7 on Learning Spaces. You ...

Working Group 2/4 Monthly Meeting
Jan 31 2022 Monday, January 31, 2022 | 10:00-11:00am PT / 11:00am-12:00pm MT / 12:00-1:00pm CT / 1:00-2:00pm ET All ASCN members are welcome to attend the Costs, Benefits, and Impacts monthly meeting to discuss the 2022 year. ...

Building your Geoscience Community through NAGT
Feb 4 2022 This webinar will highlight information about NAGT's professional development opportunities, teaching and learning resources, grants, and awards, and provide space for discussion about NAGT's role in building community in the geosciences.

Webinar: Exploring the Earth System with Understanding Global Change
Feb 10 2022 The effects of intensifying global changes are here: wildfires, warming and acidifying oceans, sea level rise, and extreme weather events. The causes of global change and the mechanisms for mitigating future consequences are complex, and we need innovative scientists, engineers, and informed citizens to understand and how to respond to these challenges. Join us for activities and discussion exploring UC Berkeley's Understanding Global Change tools that allow you to engage students in the three dimensions of theNGSS by visualizing the Earth system and paths to a resilient future.

Climate Survey of the Geosciences: Disproportionate impacts on historically excluded groups
Feb 15 2022 The ADVANCEGeo Partnership workplace climate survey reveals a range of positive and negative experiences that can affect career advancement and retention in the discipline. We will explore some of the findings from the survey to come up with action items that individuals, teams and organizations can take to address some of the challenges to diversity, equity and inclusion in our field.

Teaching Evaluation Collective (TEC) Meeting
Feb 22 2022 Tuesday, February 22, 2022 12pm - 1pm PT | 1pm - 2pm MT | 2pm - 3pm CT | 3pm - 4pm ET The Teaching Evaluation Collective (TEC) meetings are to discuss organizations' efforts to systemically evaluate ...

Change Theory Summary Writing Party - February
Feb 23 2022 Wednesday, February 23, 2022 10am - 12pm PT | 11am - 1pm MT | 12pm - 2pm CT | 1pm - 3pm ET Register Now » The ASCN Theory Working Group (WG1) has been working to craft a set of brief summaries of relevant ...

Departmental Action Leadership Institutes (DALIs): A scalable model for supporting departmental change efforts
Feb 24 2022 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 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.


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