Webinar: The Power of Personal Vision: Linking Undergraduate Engineering Education and Professional Persistence

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Date/Time:Thursday, 19 Feb 2015 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:Register for the webinar (link below)
URL:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/registe...9719068930
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Phone:515-294-5357
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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Education professor Bob Reason researches how individual student behaviors are encouraged and discouraged by classroom climates. Are you inadvertently telling your students that cheating is okay in your class? Dr. Reason shares current research on what drives students to cheat, best practices for preventing academic dishonesty in your classroom, and how you can address integrity with your students.

In this FREE interactive webinar, an engineer and a social scientist share their research and provide tips for educators on how personal vision facilitates professional persistence in engineering.

In this webinar you'll learn:

== The importance of having students create a personal vision that includes professional engagement.
== How personal vision specifically helps women overcome bias, barriers, and discrimination.
== How to incorporate student development of personal vision into your engineering curriculum.

Small changes in classroom teaching can have a big impact on undergraduate engineering education and professional persistence and success, especially for women.

Register online for the Webinar

Dr. Kathleen Buse
Dr. Kathleen Buse is faculty director of the Leadership Lab for Women in STEM and adjunct professor in both the Weatherhead School of Management and the Case School of Engineering,Case Western Reserve University. An engineer for more than 25 years prior to her academic career, Dr. Buse's research focuses on understanding the complex factors involved with retaining and advancing women in STEM.

Dr. Diana Bilimoria
Dr. Diana Bilimoria is KeyBank Professor and Chair and Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Re serve University. She is co-author of numerous books on women in STEM careers, women in corporate leadership, and gender equity in STEM.She has published extensively in leading journals and serves on several business and management journal editorial boards. In 2012 she received the Excellence in High Education Leadership Award from the ACE Ohio Women's Network, and in 2014 received the Weatherhead School of Management Teaching Excellence Award.