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2020 Annual Conference
The ASEE 2020 Virtual Annual Conference content is available.
Ticketed event: $50.00
Speaking Up: How Bystanders can Change the Conversation in STEMM
A workshop facilitated by Stephanie Goodwin, Ph.D., President, Incluxion Works, in collaboration with the University of New Hampshire’s PowerPlay Interactive Development improvisational theater team.
Ever wondered “Why didn’t I say something?” after witnessing social bias—a stereotype, a prejudice or discrimination—that happened in your everyday life? You’re not alone. Deciding whether and how to respond to bias is complicated. Understanding what motivates us to speak up, the challenges we face when doing so, and strategies for eff ... (continued)
Wright State University, President of Incluxion Works, Inc.
A nationally recognized scholar in diversity, equity and inclusion, Dr. Stephanie Goodwin has 20+ years of experience in higher education as a scientist, educator, and academic leader with expertise in diversity and inclusion, faculty development, and academic affairs. Her scholarly expertise includes social cognition and intergroup relations, including research on implicit social cognition and bias reduction. Founder of Incluxion Works, Inc., her "Speaking Up" workshops have promoted dialogue to change organizational culture ... (continued)
Earning her B.S. and M.S.E.E. from Columbia University, Lynn Conway joined IBM Research in 1964, where she made foundational contributions to computer architecture. Fired by IBM as she underwent gender transition in 1968, Conway started her career all over again under a covert new identity in 'stealth mode.' Rising rapidly through the ranks, she joined Xerox PARC in 1973. There she invented foundational new methods for silicon chip design, was principal author of the seminal text Introduction to VLSI Systems, and pioneered the teaching of the methods at MIT – thereby launching a worldwide ... (continued)