Recently, the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), with generous support from NSF, held a Knowledge Exchange workshop to determine the necessary steps for STEM education researchers and disciplinary faculty to partner in ensuring the success of our nation’s academically talented, low-income undergraduate STEM students.
Knowledge XChange Agile Online Workshop
May 22, 12p – May 24, 9a
Knowledge Xchange Speakers and Moderators
Our workshop features noted experts with a diverse range of expertise in broadening participation, community psychology, and institutional transformation.
Kelly Mack, Ph.D., is Vice President for Undergraduate STEM Education and Executive Director of Project Kaleidoscope at the Association of American Colleges & Universities.
Kamau Bobb, Ph.D., is a national authority in STEM education. He is the founding Senior Director of the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Tech.
Tom Wolff, Ph.D., is a nationally recognized consultant on coalition building and community development with over 30 years’ experience training and consulting with individuals, organizations and communities across North America.
Tykeia Robinson, Ph.D., is Howard Hughes Medical Institute Senior Policy Fellow in the Office of Undergraduate STEM Education at the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
1) gained an understanding of each other, our respective disciplines, and the barriers to and opportunities for meaningful collaboration
2) constructed a clear vision for social change in STEM reform that will have deep implications for our dissemination effort and proposal writing and submission
3) developed a clear work plan for future engagement.
Please visit PKALxchange.net for more information about the Knowledge Xchange initiative.