Overview

 

Resources

 

This page is all about our Collaboration Council (aka the CoCo)! The purpose of the Collaboration Council (CoCo) is to uphold the SEISMIC Principles of Operation, promote communication and coordination across the Working Groups, provide accountability for the Working Groups, and ensure appropriate connections are being made to SEISMIC campus teams. The Collaboration Council (CoCo) has one representative from each Working Group and two SEISMIC members at-large to represent institutional interests, for a total of 6 members. This Council guides the activities of the collaboration. 

To read more about the structure and formation, visit our Equity and Transparency page!

CoCo Members

 

 

 

 

Abdi Warfa

awarfa@umn.edu

SEISMIC East Representative

University of Minnesota

 

Eduardo (Lalo) Gonzalez

laloglz@ucsb.edu

Experiments Working Group Representative

UC Santa Barbara

 

Emily Bonem

ebonem@purdue.edu

Implementing Change Working Group Representative

Purdue University

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nikeetha Farfan D’Souza

nfarfand@iu.edu

Constructs Working Group Representative

Indiana University

 

Sabrina Solanki

ssolanki@uci.edu

SEISMIC West Representative

University of California Irvine

 

Sarah Castle

gadysara@msu.edu

Measurement Working Group Representative

Michigan State University

 

 

Backlog of CoCo Updates

 

September 2022

SEISMIC is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive, and respectful community where everyone can thrive and do their best work (see SEISMIC’s task force definitions for DEI as guide). In response to member feedback, the SEISMIC Collaboration Council (CoCo) has developed a reporting system for individuals to safely report negative interactions or incidents within the collaboration that can be addressed in order to create this welcoming space.

The CoCo hopes in creating this system to provide space and resources to support impacted parties, redress the harmful situation, promote education and dialogue, and affirm the collaboration’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Click here to view the reporting system.

Previous CoCo Members

 

 

Sara Brownell

Arizona State University

 

Dennis Groth

Indiana University

 

Becky Matz

Michigan State University

 

Ryan Sweeder

Michigan State University

 

Chantal Levesque-Bristol

Purdue University

 

Marco Molinaro

UC Davis

 

 

Brian Sato

UC Irvine

 

Linda Adler-Kassner

UC Santa Barbara

 

Tim McKay

University of Michigan

 

 

Sehoya Cotner

University of Minnesota

 

 

Chandralekha Singh

University of Pittsburgh

 

Martha Oakley

Indiana University

 

 

Michael Dennin

UC Irvine

 

Margarita Safronova

UC Santa Barbara