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THIS COLLOQUIUM IS IN PARSONS AUDITORIUM

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JHU/A PL Colloquium - www.jhuapl.edu/ colloquium  < /p>

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TOPIC:  Making STEM More Inclusive and Dive rse: Research Best Practices that Work

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SPEAKER:  Jenna Carpenter\, Campbell Univ.

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We have learned a great deal in the last 30 years about how to make STEM w orkplaces more inclusive and diverse\, yet data shows that both the rate a nd degree of change fall short of where we should be. We will look at ways to reframe the issues\, along with best practices from research that can help us make our STEM environments ones that not only reflect the diversit y of our country\, but which also support the success of everyone.

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Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter is Founding Dean a nd Professor of Engineering at Campbell University and Immediate Past Pres ident of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). She is an expert on issues of innovative STEM curricula and diversity\, equity\, and inclusion in STEM fields. Dr. Carpenter is one of four recipients awarded the 2022 Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Techno logy Education from the National Academy of Engineering\, for her contribu tions as one of the pioneers of the Grand Challenges Scholars Program. She received the 2023 ABET Claire Felbinger Award f or Diversity and Inclusion\, the 2019 ASEE Sharon Keillor Award for Women in Engineering Education\, and the 2018 Founders Award from WEPAN (Women i n Engineering ProActive Network). She is past Pr esident of WEPAN and past First Vice President of the Mathematical Associa tion of America. In 2015 DreamBox Learning selec ted her as one of 10 Women in STEM Who Rock! for her advocacy and h er TEDx talk\, “\;Engineering: Where are the Girls and Why Aren’ \;t They Here?”\;

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