(Thanks to Christy Hartman and Jenn Weaver for preparing this resource. Session slides, handouts, and other materials are available as posted by presenters on the conference-wide Google Groups archive. If you are a presenter and want to post your session materials, see these instructions.)
We are excited to have over 25 STEM-related sessions and posters at this year’s conference. The short address for this page is http://bit.ly/stematpod19. Remember to check Guidebook or the conference web for last-minute program changes.
Please make a special effort to attend these STEM SIG-specific events:
- Birds of a Feather, Friday, 7:30–8:45 am, Room 402
- STEM SIG table at Resource Fair, Friday, 5:45–6:45 pm, East Atrium
- STEM SIG Meeting, Saturday, 9:00–10:15 am, Room 414
- STEM SIG Social Lunch, Saturday, 12:00–1:30 pm, Ballroom B/C
Thursday, November 14
Micro-Skills Triads for Training STEM Teaching Assistants to Support Active Learning
Siara Isaac, Roland Tormey, Cécile Hardebolle, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Room 320, 1:30–2:45 pm
Faculty and Future Faculty with Disabilities: A Systematic Literature Review
Cassandra Horii, Jennifer Weaver, Caltech; Bethany Lisi, Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst
Room 405, 2:10–2:45 pm
Addressing the Need to Develop Growth-Mindset in STEM Faculty
Anne Kelsch, Univ. of North Dakota
Room 406, 3:00–3:35 pm
Promoting Professional Development through Peer Review: An Engineering Education Example.
Stephanie Cutler, Penn State; Kacey Beddoes, San Jose State Univ. Research Foundation; Rachel Cronginer, Penn State
Room 315, 3:00–4:15 pm
Friday, November 15
Birds of a Feather 14: Supporting the Success of Underrepresented Faculty in STEM
Jennifer Weaver, California Institute of Technology; Christine Hartman, Wayne State Univ.
Room 402, 7:30–8:45 am
Birds of a Feather 7: Does One Size Fit All?
Lorie Holt, Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City; Tazin Daniels, Univ. of Michigan
Room 315, 7:30–8:45 am
What STEM and the Humanities Teach One Another about Feedback
Jonah Johnson, Martin Samuels, Harvard Univ.
Room 315, 9:00–10:15 am
Connecting With STEM Educators: Conversations Addressing Challenges and Opportunities
Ken Yasuhara, Univ. of Washington-Seattle; S. Raj Chaudhury, Univ. of South Alabama; John Foo, Columbia Univ.; Anita McCauley, Wake Forest Univ.; Carmen Mercédez, Alamo Colleges District; Meredith Seiler, Lock Haven Univ.; Tris Utschig, Kennesaw State Univ.; Michael Wallace, Univ. of Kentucky
Room 308, 2:15–3:30 pm
Periscope: Looking into Learning with Classroom Video
Eleanor Sayre, Kansas State Univ.
Room 401, 2:15–3:30 pm
Improving All Learners’ Success: Applying Adaptive Equity-Oriented Pedagogy to Your Classroom Challenges
Andrew Phuong, UC Berkeley: Judy Nguyen, Stanford Univ.
Room 319, 2:15–3:30
Pilot Learning Assistant Program: Exploring the impact on Learning Assistants
Jeremy Sloane, Lindsay Wheeler, Univ. of Virginia
Room 407, 2:55–3:30 pm
Successful Models of Pedagogy Programming for STEM Faculty and TAs
Jennifer Weaver, California Institute of Technology
Room 412, 3:45–5:00 pm
What Do Students Say About Good Teaching?
Deborah Richardson, Robert Bledsoe, Augusta Univ.
Room 406, 4:25–5:00 pm
West Atrium, 3:45–5:00 pm
- P05. Examining faculty developer involvement in midcourse feedback for engineering faculty
Michael Berta, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ. – Daytona Beach
- P10. Drinking the Kool-Aid: Engaging Faculty in Backwards Design
Joshua Caulkins, Arizona State Univ.
- P16. Using Team-Based Learning to Advance Undergraduate Engineering Education
Yin Hao, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.
- P18. A Framework to Investigate and Amplify Innovations in Engineering Education
Gemma Henderson, Univ. of Miami; Meagan Kendall, Univ. of Texas, El Paso; Alexandra Coso Strong, Florida International Univ.; Ines Basalo, Univ. of Miami
- P20. Transforming Faculty Promotion Systems for Inclusion and Equity
Chrysanthe Demetry, Natalie Farny, Elizabeth Lingo, Susan Roberts, Jeanine Skorinko, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
- P25. Redesigning Courses to Impact Student Success
Susannah McGowan, King’s College London; Rebecca Campbell, Benjamin Blankenship, Northern Arizona Univ.
- P31. Environmental Attitudes of University Students and Faculty Development in Sustainability
Olivia Sadler, Univ. of North Carolina Pembroke
- P41. Co-Teaching in Higher Education: A Student’s Perspective
Wanya Ward, Univ. of North Carolina Pembroke
- P42. Spark: Transforming STEM Education through Teaching Assistant Pedagogical Support
Lindsay Wheeler, Jeremy Sloane, Hannah Sturtevant, Univ. of Virginia
- P43. Tweeting Out: Connecting with Under-represented Groups in STEM
Beth White, Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education
STEM SIG table at the Resource Fair and Reception
East/West Atrium, 5:45–6:45 pm
Saturday, November 16
STEM SIG Social Lunch
Join STEM SIG members for an informal social lunch and an opportunity to form POD Connects! Groups. A buffet lunch will be available for purchase in the Ballroom or you are welcome to bring your own lunch (map of nearby options at http://bit.ly/dllcceats). We will have STEM SIG signs at our tables.
Ballroom B/C, 12:00–1:30 pm
Adaptive Equity-Oriented Pedagogy: Increasing Equity in Student Outcomes
Andrew Phuong, UC Berkeley; Judy Nguyen, Stanford Univ.
Room 406, 1:30–2:45 pm
Low-Stakes Programming, High Impact: Increasing Faculty Adoption of Evidence-Based Strategies
Anusha S Rao, Jessica Alexander, Andi Strackeljahn, IUPUI
Room 320, 3:00–4:15 pm
Bird’s Eye View: Applying a Systems Approach to Program Evaluation
Lauren Woods, Northwestern Univ.; Kelly Clark, Johns Hopkins Univ.; Monica Carter, Univ. of Buffalo; Melanie Bauer, Yale Univ.; Lucas Hill, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; Mark Graham, Yale Univ.
Room 301, 4:30–5:45 pm
The Best Laid Plans: Linking Faculty Development & Student Success
Enoch Hale, Kim Vincent-Layton, Humboldt State Univ.
Room 407, 4:30–5:05 pm