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Check out our video channel for all recorded webinars.

Imposter Syndrome Webinar slideOur most-viewed webinar video by Dr. Valerie Young, Why Smart People Suffer from the Imposter Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It.

Professional Development Webinars

Below is a list of past webinars. Click on the name of the webinar to see a more detailed description, and click on "Recording" or "PowerPoint" to watch the webinar recording or view the PowerPoint presentation of the webinar.

 

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Tracking Trends in Gender and STEM Publications

Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Creamer - May 8, 2014

Sponsored by: WSKC Connected Advocates Series

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Male Allies Moving the Gender Equity Needle
Presented by: Canan Bilen-Green, Thomas Stone Carlson, Roger Green, Christi McGeorge - Apr 16, 2014

Sponsored by WEPAN

 

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Go Beyond "Add Women and Stir": Improve Gender Equity in Your Organization
Presented by: Patricia Deyton, Isaura Gaeta, and Beth Holloway - Nov 19, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

Presented by Dr. Rose Pringle and Lily Gossage - Oct 29, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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The Myth: Pink and Blue Brains

Presented by Dr. Lise Eliot - May 23, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Advantages of Climate Surveys

Presented by Chris Anderson & Lily Gossage - May 9, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Start Smart Salary Negotiation 

Presented by Kate C. Farrar - April 24, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Active Learning and Retaining Female Engineering Students

Presented by Richard M. Felder & Rebecca Brent - March 7, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Graduating to a Pay Gap

Presented by Lisa Maatz & Christianne Corbett - February 21, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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ENGAGE's Everyday Engineering Examples: Adding Relevance and Interest to Engineering Classrooms

Presented by Dr. Tonya Nilsson - January 29, 2013

Sponsored by ENGAGE

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New NSF Research Solicitation 13-519 Explained!

Presented by: Edith Gummer - January 9, 2013

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Two Time-Effective Strategies to Improve Undergraduate Retention in Engineering

Presented by: Tricia Berry - December 6, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Forging Faculty Alliances in Academia: White Women/Men and Women of Color in Dialogue

Presented by: Dr. David Leonard & Dr.  Christine Grant - November 1, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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You Can't Graduate Them if You Don't Admit Them: Using Modeling Techniques to Inform Admissions Policy

Presented by: Beth Holloway, Dr. P.K. Imbrie & Dr. Teri Reed-Rhoads - September 14, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Stereotype Threat and the Nature and Nurture of Intelligence

Presented by: Joshua Aronson, Ph.D. - May 8, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Some Here, More There: What Attracts Women to Engineering Majors?

Presented by: Elizabeth Litzler, Ph.D. - March 27, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Implicit Bias: The Power of Automatic, Unintended Mindsets

Presented by: Fred Smyth, Ph.D. - February 23, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Why Smart People Suffer from the Imposter Syndrome and How to Thrive in It

Presented by: Valerie Young, Ph.D. - January 24, 2012

Sponsored by WEPAN

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By the Numbers: Focusing Your Recruitment Efforts Using ASEE's Data Mining Tool

Presented by: Barbara Holt & Mike Gibbons - November 18, 2011

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Stemming the Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering

Presented by: Nadya Fouad, Ph.D., & Romila Singh, Ph.D. - November 10, 2011

Sponsored by WEPAN

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Mentoring Millennials: Evolving Practices for Guiding a New Generation of Women Engineers to Career Success

Presented by: David Porush, Ph.D. - October 25, 2011

Sponsoerd by WEPAN

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Identity & Persistence in STEM: Why it is Important to Think About How Women and Girls See Themselves in Science and Engineering

Presented by: Marie Claire Shanahan, Ph.D. - September 22, 2011

Sponsored by WEPAN

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