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Past CU-CIRTL Events

January 19, 2018 -
9:30am to 12:30pm
Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?
January 16, 2018 -
9:30am to 12:30pm
Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?
January 12, 2018 -
9:30am to 12:30pm
Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?
January 10, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm
The Women in STEM Cooperative from the University of Buffalo, in collaboration with Cornell University, is running a series of monthly online discussions, on the theme of The Next 10 Years: Helping STEM Students Thrive. Ideal for faculty and staff, but open to all, the January 10 session will focus on the topic of Learning Spaces, and feature the following panelists:
January 8, 2018 -
9:30am to 4:30pm
Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?
December 13, 2017 -
4:15pm to 5:30pm
NextGen Professors Program Advancing Diverse Future Faculty
December 5, 2017 -
2:00pm to 4:00pm
Practice navigating difficult classroom discussions around issues of inclusion and diversity. Learn more Tuesday, December 5, 2017 from 2:00-4:00 pm ET Registration: October 2 - December 1. Enrollment cap: 40 Online at: www.cirtl.net/p/events
November 30, 2017 -
2:00pm to 4:00pm
Draft a peer-reviewed statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences. Learn more Thursday, November 30, 2017 from 2:00-4:00 pm ET Registration: October 2 - November 20. Enrollment cap: 50 Online at: www.cirtl.net/p/events
November 29, 2017 -
5:00pm to 6:30pm
Online
Log in via your own device and see 12 graduate students and postdocs from around the country present 5-minute overviews of their investigations into teaching effectiveness! There will be two concurrent tracks of 6 presentations each happening in breakout rooms through the web conferencing software. Christine Georgakakos, PhD student in Biological and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, will be the first presenter of the session, kicking off at approximately 5:10 pm ET.
November 29, 2017 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm
The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, November 29, 2017, will be Juan Gilbert, the Andrew Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Professor and Chair of the Computer & Information Science & Engineering Department at the University of Florida, where he leads the Human-Experience Research Lab. His research areas include database, data science and informatics, human-centered computing, information security and machine learning.

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