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FORWARD Lecture Series on Faculty Advancement

NDSU Pedagogical Luncheon: "Incorporating Experiential Learning Projects into Graduate Courses"
Thomas DeSutter, Jack Norland; David Hopkins, Natural Resource Science
December 10, 2014

"Negotiation and Women Don't Ask". (Dr. Jenna Carpenter, Wayne and Juanita Spinks Endowed Professor of Mathematics, Associate Dean of Administration and Strategic Initiatives, Director of the Office for Women in Science and Engineering, College of Engineering and Science, Louisiana Tech University. November 18th, 2013.)

Promotion to Professor Panel luncheon
"Measures of Quality." (Peggy Johnson, Susan Carlson, Laura Kramer, Christine Hult, Dana Britton, and Don Schwert (facilitator). October 3, 2013)

Climate and Gender Equity Research Grant Pedagogical Luncheon
"Stereotyped: The myth of simple classroom fixes" (Jennifer Momsen, Shanda Lauer, Erika Offerdahl, Mila Kryjevskaia, Warren Christensen, and Lisa Montplaisir, Tuesday, February 12, 2013)

“The Importance of Including Culture, Community, and Collaboration into Pedagogy” (Dr. Laurel Vermillion, President of Sitting Bull College. Monday, November, 5, 2012.)

Do Babies Matter In Academia? (Mary Ann Mason, professor and co-director of the Center on Health, Economics, & Family Security at UC Berkeley, School of Law, April 23, 2012)

Speaking Math to Metaphor: The Emerging Sciences of Diversity and Leveraging Diversity: How We Can Use Our Differences to Improve Our World  (Scott E. Page, Director of the Center for the Study of Complex Systems and Leonid Hurwicz Collegiate Professor of Complex Systems, Economics, and Political Science, University of Michigan, February 23, 2012) 

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How to have both a job and a life: Excelling in academia without losing your soul. (Joan Williams, JD, Distinguished Professor of Law, Founder/Director of Center for Work Life Law, University of California, Hastings College of the Law, January 20, 2012)

Design for Universal Access: Teaching All Students (Margaret Price, Associate Professor, Department of English, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA, December 8, 2011)

How to Feel as Bright as Everyone Thinks You Are: Why Smart Women (and Men) Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and What to Do About It. (Dr Valerie Young, January 27, 2011)

Why Bother? Helping Women Achieve Full Professor Rank (Dr. )

Enhancing Department Climate:  A Chair’s Role (Jennifer Sheridan, Ph.D, Executive Director & Research DirectorWomen in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute (WISELI, November 30, 2010)

NDSU Administrative Survey Results (Dana M. Britton, Professor of Sociology, Kansas State University, November 17, 2010)

Gender & the Evaluation of Teaching: What We Can’t Count Can Hurt Us (Dr. Joey Sprague, Professor of Sociology at Kansas University, March 11, 2010)

Working Towards Gender and Racial Equity in Higher Education (Mark Chesler Presentation, November 20, 2009)

Engendering the university through policy and practice: Barriers to Promotion to Full Professor for Faculty in the STEM Disciplines. (Dana Britton, Professor of Sociology, Kansas State University, November 5, 2009)

Dr. Virginia Valian, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Linguistics at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), presented a lecture series on gender and institutional change, September 25, 2009. Prepared and copyrighted by the Gender Equity Project

An Architecture for Institutional Transformation at ISU: People and Policy, Data and Dissemination (Susan Carlson, ISU ADVANCE PI Associate Provost for Faculty Advancement and Diversity, Iowa State University, August 28, 2009)

Low Cost High Impact: Suggestions for Warming the Campus Climate for Women (Professor Christine Hult, Utah State University, August 27, 2009)

The Science of Unconscious Bias (Toni Schmader, University of Arizona, May 8, 2009)

No Stigmatized Child Left Behind: Understanding and Reducing the Effects that Stereotypes have on Academic Performance (Toni Schmader, May 8, 2009)


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