Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

GEN ST 297C Seminar Spring Quarter: Seeking Faculty/Graduates Researching STEM/Diversity

Posted: 2/6/2017 (Local Events)

Noéll Bernard-Kingsle, Director of Academic Services at UW Earth & Space Sciences and Leah Panganiban are looking for faculty/postdocs/graduate students to visit General Studies 297, spring quarter. This course is set up to feature a faculty person from a number of STEM units each week to discuss both their research and their journey into their discipline and academia. They are hoping to partner with colleagues across units to identify research in STEM fields that is happening with a diversity lens. They are looking for faculty/postdocs/graduate students who conduct research on STEM and who could speak about one or more of the following:

  • how diversity impacts their research
  • how they tie these issues into their teaching
  • why diversity  is important to STEM fields
  • discuss their personal journey into academia
  • how diversity impacts their research
  • how they tie these issues into their teaching
  • speak to why it is important to STEM fields
  • discuss their personal journey into academia?

Please contact Noéll Bernard-Kingsley, M.Ed

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Time: Spring Quarter

Location: University of Washington