The goal of the SEISMIC collaboration has been to bring together educators, researchers, students, and staff from 10 public research universities to further develop conversation and implement change that facilitates diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning environments in introductory STEM courses on our respective campuses. For the last four years, our members have developed projects, grant proposals, and papers. In summer 2023, we invite you to share your work with the SEISMIC community at the SEISMIC Summer Meeting at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Our hope for this meeting is to provide space to our community members to share their research, reflect on what worked and didn’t work over the last four years, and make plans for the future and how we can continue to continue the conversation about DEI on our campuses and with each other.
We invite educators, researchers, students, and staff to apply to present a paper, facilitate a workshop, or come with collaborators as a panel discussion. Seasoned SEISMIC presenters, new SEISMIC participants, and interested individuals not affiliated with SEISMIC are welcome to apply. Projects from SEISMIC Working Groups (Measurement, Experiments, Implementing Change, and Constructs) are welcome, and we also encourage submissions that are not affiliated with a specific SEISMIC Working Group.
All proposals should be 300 words or less and submitted through the following form. In order to allow space for as many voices as possible, we ask that each participant only submit one proposal.
The deadline for research talks, workshops, and panels has passed. However, we are accepting poster submissions until 5/31/23!
SUBMIT A POSTER PROPOSAL