Research seminars are held throughout the academic year on topics involving equity in health, climate change, and learning & work. Faculty, post-docs, and student researchers present their work and receive cross-disciplinary feedback and the opportunity to develop collaborative projects. Stay tuned for our new schedule in Fall 2022 and in the meantime, scroll down to view seminars from Spring 2022!
The Creating Pathways to Social Good in your STEM Career series invites students to a series of "social hours" with professionals from a variety of STEM-related fields and diverse backgrounds who work in private industry, government, or non-profit sectors. Students will learn about STEM career paths, receive advice and mentorship on charting successful pathways, and learn how they can advance social good in/through their STEM career.
Meetings of IDS Research-Practitioner Network of researchers, educators, business leaders, and students (called the "REBLS Network") gather around the topic of developing greater diversity and inclusiveness in computer science and engineering from high school to higher education and the workforce.