NCSCE Upcoming Events and Registration

Upcoming events

    • 27 Nov 2017
    • 31 Jan 2018
    • Online
    Register

    Senior Fellow candidates must have extensive experience with SENCER to the point where they can guide a Leadership Fellow in the application of the theory and approach at that person’s institution, share first hand experience relevant to the Leadership Fellow’s development, and direct her/him to appropriate resources. After a one-year term as a Senior Fellow, those interested in serving as mentors the following year will be able to submit a simple renewal form.


    • 27 Nov 2017
    • 12:00 AM
    • 31 Jan 2018
    • 11:59 PM
    • Online
    Register
    The Fellows program will be an intensive, one-year mentoring experience built around a specific goal that the prospective Leadership Fellow determines in his/her application. 

    Prospective Leadership Fellows are expected to provide a detailed description of the project they wish to work on over the fellowship year. During June 2018, Leadership Fellows will work with their mentors to set a timeline for the Fellowship year and will provide the plan to the national office. Senior and Leadership Fellows are expected to commit to regular communication and action based on the established project plan, and to take part in program assessment activities by the national office. 

    • 02 Feb 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM (CST)
    • Texas Woman's University, Ann Stuart Science Complex
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    The SENCER Center for Innovation—Southwest Spring 2018 Regional Symposium will take place at Texas Woman's University in the Ann Stuart Science Complex on February 2, 2018. The plenary keynote “Civic Engagement by Design will be delivered by Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Scholar and Director of Civic Learning and Democracy Initiatives at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). Other presenters will be nationally known leaders in the SENCER (Science Education for New Civic Engagement and Responsibilities) network. This year’s format is new and refreshed—we hope it will make it easier to attend since we are starting at midmorning on Friday. The meeting is free but we ask you to register in order to assist us with planning food events.

    • 09 Feb 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • 11 Feb 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Georgia Institute of Technology, Klaus Advanced Computing Building
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    Many of the pressing global issues and problems of our time, including health, energy and the environment, infrastructure, security, and economic development have significant scientific and technological dimensions. In order to meet the challenges, interdisciplinary approaches—bringing together STEM, the arts/humanities, global knowledge, and a diversity of people and ideas—must be at the core of education and work in this 21st century.  In this conference, we will explore strategies to build holistic approaches to education—for both STEM and non-STEM majors (e.g,. STEM-enhanced liberal arts).  In addition, we will explore the implications of such highly interdisciplinary and global approaches for education, and the increasingly diverse and global workforce.

    Leading experts will focus on programs, strategies, and tools  for building highly interdisciplinary STEM/STEM-related programs—for majors and non-majors. Four cross-cutting approaches will be illustrated through SENCER (Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities), Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) (Georgia Tech), Serve-Learn-Sustain (Georgia Tech), and LSAMP (research and practice in diversity in STEM).  Participants will examine each of these cross-cutting approaches in the context of one of the following areas: engineering and technology education, energy and the environment, and medicine and health. As an outcome for the work, each participant should draft a tentative plan as to how the knowledge gained might be used to design/redesign a course, curriculum, or special project that embodies the holistic approach to STEM education and/or the work environmen.

    Additionally, the conference will include a poster session where participants can share more about related work being done at their institutions, and there will be time for 15-minute short talks about related work. These posters and talks, focused on research or program development, should be in the broad area of science and engineering for social good.  Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following: science and civic engagement, sustainable development (e.g., within developing countries, or high-needs communities in developed countries), energy and environmental systems, medicine and health, broadening participation of underrepresented groups in STEM (with particular attention to engineering), and building research and program communities (e.g., use of vertically integrated projects). Posters and presentations may be proposed as part of the registration process.
    • 15 Mar 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 16 Mar 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Washington, DC
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    Fees and Services: The registration fee for the 2018 NCSCE Science Communication is $250 and covers admission to all program sessions as well as an evening reception on Thursday, and breakfast and lunch on Friday. Participants are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements.

    Please contact Kyle Simmons, NCSCE’s Faculty Development Events Program Coordinator by phone at (202) 483-4600 or by email at kyle.simmons@ncsce.net with any questions about the Washington Symposium.

    • 02 Aug 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • 05 Aug 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Santa Clara University
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    This form is for individuals, groups, and teams to register to attend SSI 2018. The SSI 2018 registration process will give us a sense of the interests, goals, and talents, that you bring to the Institute, along with the logistical information needed to make your experience comfortable and enjoyable. You will also be able to propose a poster or concurrent session as part of the registration process.

Past events

29 Sep 2017 STEM Education in Mississippi: Issues and Innovations
23 Sep 2017 SCI-MidAtlantic Fall 2017 Meeting
15 Sep 2017 Values-based Academic Leadership: A Retreat For Agents of Institutional Change and Transformation
01 Sep 2017 Pilot Project Application for Transcending Barriers to Success: Connecting Indigenous and Western Knowledge
03 Aug 2017 SSI 2017 Registration
25 Jul 2017 SSI 2017 New Participant Orientation
23 May 2017 Final Report for 2016 Post-Institute Implementation Award
23 May 2017 Final Report for 2015 Post-Institute Implementation Award
15 May 2017 Teaching Undergraduate Science through Great-Lakes-focused Research
04 May 2017 Algorithims and Us
22 Apr 2017 Connect at the DC March for Science
21 Apr 2017 SCI-South Spring 2017 Regional Meeting: Developing Professionals
08 Apr 2017 2017 Spring Midwest Regional Meeting
29 Mar 2017 Using Concepts from Cognitive Development to Design More Effective Learner-Centered Curricula
16 Mar 2017 Maximizing Collective Impact Through Cross-Sector Partnerships: Planning a SENCER and NISE Net Collaboration
15 Mar 2017 Images, Mathematics, Imagination Webinar
02 Feb 2017 SCI-Southwest Spring 2017 Regional Meeting
29 Oct 2016 SCI Mid-Atlantic Fall 2016 Regional Meeting - Penn State Lehigh Valley
21 Oct 2016 The Ecosystem of Science Communication: Communicating the Science Solution
15 Oct 2016 SCI Mid-Atlantic Fall 2016 Regional Meeting - Suffolk County Community College
13 Oct 2016 STEM and Politics - Before and After Tuesday, November 8, 2016
05 Oct 2016 Planning Report for 2016 Post-Institute Implementation Award
05 Oct 2016 Progress Report for 2015 Post-Institute Implementation Award
27 Sep 2016 Final Report for 2015 Post-Institute Implementation Award
23 Sep 2016 Far Beyond STEM: Integrating the Arts, Humanities and STEM
24 Aug 2016 When Partnerships Work: Creating Community and Civic Engagement through Interdisciplinary Research at an Historic Urban Zoo
05 Aug 2016 SSI 2016 Post-Institute Implementation Award Application
28 Jul 2016 SSI 2016 Registration
05 May 2016 Evidence Matters: Using the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to Tell the Story of Curriculum Development
23 Apr 2016 SCI-Chesapeake Bay 2016 Spring Regional Meeting
12 Apr 2016 Planning and Running a SENCER Meeting on Campus: The Basics
22 Mar 2016 Creating a Global Initiative: Strategies, Designs, and Implementation
09 Mar 2016 Planning Report for 2015 Post-Institute Implementation Award
08 Mar 2016 Using Civic Questions to Integrate the Humanities and STEM
29 Feb 2016 Final Report for 2014 Post-Institute Implementation Award
26 Feb 2016 Science Communication, Critical Thinking, and Social Media: Sparking Student Dialogue
12 Feb 2016 SCI Central Plains SENCER Presentations
29 Jan 2016 SCI-Southwest Spring 2016 Regional Meeting
25 Jan 2016 Final Report for 2013 Post-Institute Implementation Award
01 Jan 2016 2016 SENCER Leadership Fellows Application Form
01 Jan 2016 2016 SENCER Leadership Fellows Nomination Form
04 Nov 2015 Progress Report for 2014 Post-Institute Implementation Award
27 Oct 2015 NCSCE Webinar: Facilitating Difficult & Strategic Conversations
24 Oct 2015 2015 Fall SCI-Midwest Regional Meeting
16 Oct 2015 Challenges of the 21st Century
27 Sep 2015 2015 NCSCE Washington Symposium and ISE National Meeting
17 Sep 2015 Subaward Budget Change
03 Aug 2015 SSI 2015 Monday Workshop Sign-up
03 Aug 2015 SSI 2015 Post-Institute Implementation Award Application
02 Aug 2015 SSI 2015 Sunday Activity Sign-up
26 Jun 2015 Leadership Fellows Report and Renewal Form
24 Jun 2015 Enduring Understandings Webinar
28 May 2015 2015 NCSCE Department Chairs Meeting
26 May 2015 Enduring Understandings
24 Apr 2015 Wicked Problems In Science And Health: Teaching/Learning Opportunities
18 Apr 2015 2015 Spring SCI-New England Regional Meeting
27 Mar 2015 2015 SENCER Summer Institute Registration
14 Mar 2015 2015 Spring SCI-Midwest Regional Meeting
28 Feb 2015 SCI-West 2015 University of Hawaii Meeting
24 Feb 2015 Outreach Report for Post-Institute Implementation Award
27 Jan 2015 Final Report for 2012 Post-Institute Implementation Award
27 Jan 2015 Planning Report for 2014 Post-Institute Implementation Award
27 Jan 2015 Progress Report for 2013 Post-Institute Implementation Award
23 Jan 2015 SCI-Southwest Spring 2015 Regional Conference
01 Jan 2015 SSI 2015 Pre-Registration
15 Nov 2014 2014 SCI-West Fall Regional Meeting
15 Nov 2014 Wicked Problems In Science And Health: Teaching/Learning Opportunities
15 Nov 2014 SENCER and Teaching with Technology
03 Nov 2014 SSI 2015 Application
10 Oct 2014 SENCER and Engaging Mathematics
28 Sep 2014 2014 NCSCE Washington Symposium
29 Aug 2014 SENCER Leadership Fellows Application Form
29 Aug 2014 SENCER Leadership Fellows Nomination Form
15 Aug 2014 SSI 2014 Post-Institute Implementation Award Application
01 Aug 2014 2014 SENCER Summer Institute - Sponsored Local Educators
31 Jul 2014 2014 SENCER Summer Institute
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