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College of Science & Mathematics

Women & Minorities in STEM: Increasing Participation

Date: Tuesday, March 11


CANCELED.  This event has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.


Increasing Participation among Women & Minorities in STEM through Collaborations between Community Colleges and Universities: What Educators Need to Know

Tuesday, March 11

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Rowan Hall Auditorium

(Reception to follow)


Presented by Soko Starobin, Ph.D., School of Education at Iowa State University 

In this presentation open to both faculty and students, Dr. Starobin will share selected research results on STEM educational pathways and student outcomes. With her expertise in working with both 2-yr and 4-yr colleges and using various large-scale data sets, she will introduce a notion of Educational Data Literacy, which allows educators to assess their current policy and practices through effective data collections, management, and analysis. Participants will learn how to strengthening their institutional collaborations and understand student outcomes for an effective strategic planning and institutional transformations to increase participation among women and traditionally underrepresented minority students in STEM fields.

Sponsored by:

College of Science and Mathematics
Hollybush Institute
Women's and Gender Studies Program (WGS)
College of Engineering
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Office of Multicultural Affairs

Location: Rowan Hall Auditorium