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Indiana University’s 3rd Annual Learning Analytics Summit
May 12th to 14th, 2021 | 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm EDT
Led by the Center for Learning Analytics and Student Success (CLASS) at Indiana University. The purpose of the summit is to cultivate a knowledge building community with a shared interest in in furthering faculty engagement with the widespread, sustained use of learning analytics.
The summit is premised on the idea that faculty involvement with the use of learning analytics is critical to the establishment of a data-guided culture within higher education. With their expert knowledge about their students, disciplines, courses, and programs, instructors of all ranks are in the best position to take advantage of the new insights learning analytics can provide.
There are several SEISMIC speakers, as well as a SEISMIC panel. Marco and Stefan will be presenting on Wednesday, May 12th, and Becky and Stefano are moderating a Measurement Group panel on Friday, May 13th.
There is no fee to attend the summit, but space is limited, so please register early. Learn more about the event here, and register below.
Job Posting: Post-doctoral Scholar Investigating Professional Networks of Women and LGBT Physics PhD
Preferred start date: September 1st, 2021
The Physics Education Research Group at the University of Utah (PERU) seeks to hire a post-doctoral scholar studying the professional networks of women and gender and sexual minority physicists (LGBT) working across academia, the government, and private sectors.
- Can independently lead research
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Strong writing skills as demonstrated by peer reviewed publications or drafts
- Desire to learn grant writing, presentation design/style
- Strong research ethics and dedication to high quality work and analysis
- Attention to detail
- Autonomous, goal driven, and meets deadlines
- Qualitative interviewing and coding skills
- Previous work with LGBT community
- Previous work in Social Network Analysis
- Successful grant writing
- Experience presenting at national conferences and universities
- Peer-reviewed publications
Applications and letters of recommendation should be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshop: Teaching Inclusively & Equitably
April 26th, 2021 | 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm EDT
As student demographics and backgrounds become more diverse, how do you make your content, activities, the language you use, and classroom logistics inclusive for all students? As students interact with each other more often through active learning, how do you respond to challenging classroom situations?
This workshop is designed to build your confidence in using inclusive teaching strategies. In this session, you will reflect on how identity, power and positionality inform your role as an instructor, values within your field and values you hold as an instructor. You will also reflect on how your role, identities and values prompt you to intervene, and how they might impact the way that you choose to do so.
In order to participate in this event, please register below. If you have questions you would like to submit to the panelists in advance, please direct them to email@example.com.
Job Posting at UC Irvine
Initial application review will begin on May 4th.
The UC Irvine Education Research Initiative (ERI) and School of Biological Sciences are jointly looking for a Postdoctoral Scholar with expertise in quantitative methodologies to carry out discipline-based educational research (DBER) exploring teaching and learning in higher education under the supervision of Dr. Brian Sato. This position has funding available for two years with a proposed start date of July 1, 2021 (negotiable).
A main focus of the work will be an NSF-funded project (DUE 1821724) to examine the impact of teaching-focused faculty on student and faculty outcomes, using a variety of data sources (institutional data, student and faculty survey and interview data, classroom observation data, social network data, etc.). Relevant research projects will involve survey design and analysis, as well as accessing, cleaning, and analyzing institutional data.
Candidates must have a Ph.D or equivalent in an Education, Social Science, or STEM Education discipline; experience in conducting research on teaching and learning; expertise in quantitative research design and methodologies; outstanding verbal and written communication skills; a successful record of publication and presentations; and the ability to work well with university faculty. Grant writing experience is also a plus.
Questions can be directed to Dr. Sato (firstname.lastname@example.org).