FLAMEnet 2021 Workshop
With support from the National Science Foundation (RCN UBE 1919953), we will be hosting our 4th Annual FLAMEnet Workshop via Zoom and Gather.town from Wednesday, May 12th through Friday, May 14th, 2021.
Meeting Theme: Transforming Cultures and Affirming Resilience in STEM - Our focus is on transforming the culture within STEM classrooms to better support the resilience of all students with specific attention to students who have been historically excluded due to race, ethnicity, gender, and other factors. The focus of this year’s meeting is strengths-based. We want to emphasize positive productive actions that instructors can take to recognize the innate resilience of all students and help students to draw upon their skills and backgrounds to succeed.
Wednesday May 12th - 3-5pm ET
3:00-3:10pm Opening remarks
Associate Professor, Institute for Health & Aging, UCSF
4:10-5:00pm Welcome gathering and social hour
Thursday May 13th - 11am-4pm ET
11:00am-12:00pm Workshop session 1 (Descriptions of talks here)
12:00-12:45pm Networking lunch
Professor of Practice; Faculty for Inclusive Teaching; Director, Townsend
Program for Education Research, UNC-Chapel Hill
2:00-2:40pm Mini-grant awardee panel/talks
See full details of mini-grant talks, including titles and talk descriptions here.
3:00-4:00pm FLAMEnet business meeting
4:00pm- Steering committee will be available to consult on potential mini-grant ideas or answer questions
Friday May 14th - 10am-12pm ET
10:00-11:00am Workshop session 2 (Descriptions of talks here)
Assistant Professor, Identity and Justice in STEM Education, University of Missouri
11:55am-12:00pm Closing remarks
12:00pm- FLAMEnet “after hours” - optional networking time