Letters of recommendation

Tirk and Prenska 2003; Exploring the color of glass: letters of recommendation for female and male medical faculty.


ASU career WISE
The CareerWISE project is an NSF-funded, interdisciplinary research and development program housed at Arizona State University. The CareerWISE project has two major thrusts with the goal of increasing women’s persistence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) doctoral pro­grams. These are the development and testing of internet-delivered resilience training and a comprehensive research program to characterize the experiences of women who are pursuing and leaving PhD programs in STEM disciplines.
a 13-year-old nonprofit working to further the progress of women and others underrepresented in fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. We have matched more than 30,000 mentors to protégés and guided their one-on-one relationships with our unique e-mentoring program.

iclicker free webinar

Topic: Teaching Faculty About Effective Clicker Use
Session dates: Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Starting time: 1:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Duration: 1 hour
Presenters: Stephanie Chasteen

Geared specifically for those involved in faculty development and support (e.g., instructional technologists, faculty excellence programs, or other faculty professional developers), this webinar will cover best practices in helping faculty to use clickers to enhance their teaching. The webinar presenter has been creating faculty professional development materials around clicker use for years, and will share tips and techniques — many based on research — for helping faculty to see the potential power of this technology and learn to implement it effectively. Webinar components will include: (1) best practices in clicker use, (2) resources available for faculty learning to use clickers, (3) research-based techniques for faculty development around clickers, and (4) working with faculty resistance and alleviating frustration. HIghly recommended: Watch “Make Clickers Work for You” webinar recording at http://theactiveclass.com/speaking-events/ prior to this webinar, and/or the video “How to use clickers effectively” at http://STEMvideos.colorado.edu.
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