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2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program
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2010 Gender and STEM Research Symposium Program

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The program for our first Gender and STEM Research Symposium, held February 19, 2010 at Purdue University.

The program for our first Gender and STEM Research Symposium, held February 19, 2010 at Purdue University.

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  • 1. Welcome to the 1st annualGender and STEM Research Symposium
    hosted by ADVANCE-Purdue
    February 19, 2010
    Purdue University
  • 2. Welcome!
    Dr. G. Christine Taylor
    Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion
    Chief Diversity Officer
    Purdue University
    taylorgc@purdue.edu
  • 3. Welcome!
    A connection with Intersections...
  • 4. Welcome!
    The spirit of this symposium...
    The process of this program’s development...
    The structure of the program...
    activism, agriculture, class theory, community work, critical race theory, discourse analysis, educational contexts, engineering, faculty participants, femininities, feminist theory, gaming, government participants/contexts, graduate students participants, historical analysis, identity, industry participants/contexts, intersectionality, interview-based methods, literary analysis, masculinities, mathematics, mixed methods, not-for-profit participants/contexts, observation-based methods, other contexts, other research methods, P-12 participants/contexts, qualitative methods, quantitative methods, queer theory, science, survey-based methods, teaching-research balance, technology, text-based methods, theory generating, theory testing, undergraduate students participants, visual arts, work-life balance
  • 5. Welcome!
    The spirit of this symposium...
    The process of this program’s development...
    The structure of the program...
    A word about breaks...
  • 6. Please share your thoughts with us...
    You will have two opportunities to give us feedback on today’s symposium – after morning sessions, and after afternoon sessions.
    Please drop your completed forms off at the registration desk as you head to lunch or as you leave today. Thank you!
  • 7. Many thanks...
    Funding supportSusan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Diversity Resource Office and DiversiKey, ADVANCE Research team, College of Science Women in Academia group
    Reviewers OmololaAdedokun, Colleen Arendt, Dina Banerjee, Megan Grunert, Mindy Hart, JordanaHoegh, Beth Holloway, Julia Kalish, Rene Ketterer, Daphene Koch, Alice Pawley, Wendy Peer, Johannes Strobel, Michele Tomarelli, Ralph Webb, Anna Woodcock.
    Organizational supportDina Banerjee, Lana Rice, SaranyaSrinivasan, Suzanne Zurn-Birkhimer
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  • 8. Welcome!
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  • 9. Session 1 9:00-10:30
    Joint session with Intersections conference
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  • 10. Session 2 10:45-12:15
    Joint session with Intersections conference
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  • 11. Please share your thoughts with us...
    Please complete our evaluation on this morning’s sessions.
    We will invite you to complete another for the afternoon sessions.
    Please drop your form off at the registration desk as you head to lunch.
    Thank you!
    We appreciate your specific and constructive feedback!
  • 12. Session 3 1:30-3:00
  • 13. Session 4 3:15-4:15
  • 14. Moving forward...
    Purdue Gender-STEM RIG communityhttp://tinyurl.com/GSTEMRIG
    ADVANCE Friends listserv
    Another symposium next year?
    Other ideas?
  • 15. Please share your thoughts with us...
    Please complete our evaluation on this afternoons’ sessions.
    We appreciate your specific and constructive feedback!
    Please drop your form off at the registration desk as you leave.
    Thank you!
  • 16. Thank you for today!
    See you next year, if not before...

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