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Title: Partnerships to Build Enduring Understandings: Education, Outreach, and Broader Impact Workshops for STEM Faculty
Other Titles: Partnerships to Build Enduring Understandings: Education, Outreach, and Broader Impact (EOBI) Workshops for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Faculty
Creators: Davis-Butts, Eda; Bottoms, SueAnn; Rao, Sujaya
Keywords: research faculty
outreach practitioners
education and outreach
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
Issue Date: 2006-10-09
Series/Report no.: Outreach Scholarship Conference (6th : 2006 : Ohio State University)
Abstract: Presenters: Eda Davis-Butts (Director, the Science and Math Investigative Learning Experiences (SMILE) Program, Oregon State University), SueAnn Bottoms (Associate Director, the Science and Math Investigative Learning Experiences (SMILE) Program, Oregon State University), Sujaya Rao (Associate Professor, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University). Abstract: Research faculty and outreach practitioners at Oregon State University collaborated to develop, implement, and refine a series of workshops to enhance the capacity of faculty to respond to growing requirements for meaningful education, outreach, and broader impact initiatives as part of their scientific research programs. Faculty in various science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines participated in and provided feedback about the usefulness of the workshops, as well as identified factors that would support their engagement in STEM outreach. This session shares the elements of the workshops, participant responses, self-identified enabling conditions for STEM engagement, and resulting collaborations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/24160
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