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    Virtual Journal Club – June 2022

    Quarterly Virtual Journal Club on Monday, June 27th at 12pmPT/ 3pmET. This meeting will address the development of departmental support structures
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  • IGEN Open House

    IGEN Open House

    The Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN) will host the first IGEN Open House on June 9, 2022 4–5pm ET. During this meeting, attendees will be able to connect with IGEN Partners from across the country. The IGEN Open House will be an opportunity for interested partner societies to learn about IGEN, potential ways to partner with the project and to ask questions.
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    Holistic Admissions & Recruitment Institute

    This Holistic Admissions and Recruitment Institute will feature three online workshops covering fundamentals, strategies, and recruitment for an equity-based holistic admissions process. These workshops will be tailored for faculty from STEM departments affiliated with the Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN).
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    Emotional Intelligence Workshop Series

    Through our partnership with the Inclusive Graduate Education Network, an NSF INCLUDES Alliance, we are holding a five-part workshop series that focuses on the development of social-emotional competencies that are essential for success in graduate education and future career performance. Workshops suitable for students and faculty.  Register Now!
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Event Archive

  • 2022 Spring Bridge Department Collaborators Meeting

    The Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN) will host the third joint IGEN Bridge Department Collaborators Meeting in Spring 2022. During this meeting, attendees will be able to connect with Bridge Department collaborators from the geosciences, physics and the chemical sciences.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    Quarterly Virtual Journal Club on Monday, March 7th at 12pmPT/ 3pmET. This meeting will address the climate of bridge programs and how to support a strong sense of belonging for minoritized students. We are excited to discuss the article: “Graduate Bridge Programs as Nepantla for Minoritized Students in STEM: Navigating Challenges With Non-Bridge Peers and Faculty” by Raúl Gamez and colleagues.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    This meeting will report on the growing base of evidence that holistic review promotes equity in graduate education through a discussion of the article: “Reimagining Merit and Representation: Promoting Equity and Reducing Bias in GME Through Holistic Review” by Barcelo and colleagues.

  • 2021 IGEN National Meeting

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    The IGEN National Meeting provides an opportunity for organizations and individuals dedicated to advancing equity for Black, Latinx and Indigenous students in STEM graduate education to share ideas, learn together and develop/strengthen their networks. 

  • Virtual Journal Club

    Virtual Journal Clubs (VJCs) are quarterly gatherings that break down research studies and social theories that are relevant to equity in graduate education, with attention to practical implications.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    The discussion will address the development and implementation of mentoring programs for Indigenous graduate students.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    To shed light on the racialized recruitment experiences of Black students, we will examine how race and racism relate to doctoral student recruitment, and develop our understanding of equity-advancing recruitment practices.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    We will shed light on the racialized experiences of Black and Latinx students, develop our understanding of the Critical Race Theory by examining issues of race and racism as they relate to power and privilege within higher education and assessing inequities in under-represented communities’ experiences.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    Reliance on metrics that do not predict PhD completion very well but have large score gaps for different demographic groups works against both the fairness of admissions practices and the health of physics as a discipline.

  • Virtual Journal Club

    The authors discuss the challenge of implementing change in STEM higher education, specifically focusing on practitioners’ theories of change as a potential barrier. In particular, the authors address the issue of how change agents’ implicit theories of change impacts their ability to implement change processes.