Engendering Success in STEM September 21 Working Group Information

Engendering Success in STEM Working Group Meeting
Sept 21, 2018
Federation Hall
University of Waterloo

 
8:15     Shuttle from Marriott to Federation Hall

8:30     Breakfast

8:50     Introduction to the Day (Toni Schmader, 10 min)

Morning:  Concurrent Working Group Meetings with Partners (2.5 hours)

9:00     Each Project Team (CLIMB, PRISM, SINC, and RISE) will meet independently with their key partners to discuss ongoing progress including preliminary results, study logistics, feasibility challenges, time tables, and outcomes.  

11:30   Lunch (Partners welcome to stay for lunch)

Afternoon:  Research TEAM Brainstorming Sessions

1 hour devoted to discussing each project with the team leader to brainstorm issues of design, measurement, and hypothesis testing.

12:30   Project CLIMB (Andy Baron)

1:30     Project PRISM (Steve Spencer & Steve Wright)

2:30     Afternoon Break

3:00     Project SINC (Sonia Kang & Liz Page-Gould)

4:00     Project RISE (Toni Schmader & Hilary Bergsieker)

5:30     Wrap-Up (Toni)

6:00     Shuttle from Federation Hall to Marriott

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