|August 31||Overview of NSF ADVANCE; Findings thus far; Process of deliberative dialogues|
|September 14||Chapter 2: The Benefits of Diversity and Inclusion|
|September 21||Chapter 5: Recruiting New Faculty: Developing a diverse pool and an equitable search process|
|October 5||Chapter 6: Evaluating Job Candidates: Choosing the short list and treating interviewees equitably|
|October 19||Chapter 7: Retaining Faculty: Building community the academic workplace|
|November 2||Chapter 8: Facilitating Faculty Success|
|November 16||Chapter 9: Recognizing Faculty Accomplishments|
Dialogues with STEM Chairs and Associate Deans to advance STEM women and URM faculty at WSU. Please read selected chapters from the book An Inclusive Academy: Achieving Diversity and Excellence by Stewart and Valian and join us for the Zoom meetings for the dialogues. The input from these meetings will be used for creating a five year strategic plan for action.
Breaking Ground: Women in Engineering Initiatives in Australia
Kristin Alford, Director, MOD. University of South Australia, Adelaide
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Ulrich Museum (second floor)
Kristin Alford is a futurist and the Direct of MOD. at the University of South Australia. MOD. is an immersive museum of discover that showcases research and emerging technologies on broad exhibition themes such as Waging Peace and Hedonism. Prior to this role, Kristin was the founding director of foresight agency Bridge8, facilitating futures and engagement on water sustainability, climate futures, emerging technologies and advanced manufacturing. She also has experience in minerals processing, engineering and marketing and holds postgraduate degrees in chemical engineering and strategic foresight.
Reception and light refreshments will follow the talk.
Sponsored by: College of Engineering, the Ulrich Museum, and NSF ADVANCE Catalyst project.