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The NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub aims to promote the success of INCLUDES Network members and elevate expertise. As part of this aim, we are featuring the important work of those in the INCLUDES Network through project spotlights. This post highlights the Leadership and iSTEAM for Females in Elementary School (LiFE) project. Special thanks to the project’s co-principal investigators, Bruce Bukiet, Nancy Steffen-Fluhr, James Lipuma, for sharing their important work. ...
Q&A with Sarah Lee and Vemitra White From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network Contributed by Sarah Lee and Vemitra White, Mississippi State University Welcome to the blog series From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network ! Over the next several weeks, we will feature the work of different members of the NSF INCLUDES National Network. This post highlights Sarah Lee and Vemitra White and their work with the Mississippi Alliance for Women in Computing . Please tell us about your work and the broadening participation challenge it addresses. The NSF INCLUDES Mississippi Alliance for Women in ...
Q&A with Jhenai W. Chandler From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network   Welcome to the blog series From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network ! Over the next several weeks, we will feature the work of different members of the NSF INCLUDES National Network. This post highlights Jhenai W. Chandler and her work with the Florida-Caribbean Louis Stokes Regional Center of Excellence (FL-C LSRCE) .  Keep reading to learn more about the FL-C LSRCE and how it collaborates with the NSF INCLUDES National Network! Please introduce yourself and your project, and share a recent project highlight or accomplishment. ...
Authored by Kea Anderson and Jenna Rush, NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub  As a member of the NSF INCLUDES National Network, you are doing amazing work. How can the Network help you reap the benefits of doing that work together? In other words, how can the Network’s individual Power Rangers achieve Megazord-scale impacts? In communication with a number of you—at the NSF INCLUDES National Convening and in other conversations—the Coordination Hub has heard these and related questions. Not necessarily the Megazord references, but you get the idea: how do we go From Me to We ?  To begin to answer these questions, the Coordination Hub is inviting ...
The NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub hosted the first NSF INCLUDES National Network Convening in Alexandria, Virginia on May 29 and May 30. The two days were packed with inspiring keynotes, informative concurrent sessions and several opportunities to network, participate and learn from one another to grow the richness of the NSF INCLUDES National Network. All of the materials are now available in the NSF INCLUDES Library and linked below. You will need to login to the site to access the materials, if you need assistance logging in or activating your account please contact us ! Want to know how Network members are broadening participation in STEM? Explore ...
Contributed by Roxanne Metz More than 100 faculty, counselors, student support specialist, employer partners, and other stakeholders from across the country attended the NSF INCLUDES Alliance STEM Core Expansion National Convening. The convening, held at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, CA (March 8, 2019), focused on strengthening STEM Core pathways to the tech economy. James Campos, director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at the U.S. Department of Energy, delivered the keynote address. Campos reiterated the Department’s commitment to building a diverse community college STEM pipeline for the national laboratories. ...
Join the NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub and listen to the journeys of two INCLUDES Alliances on Thursday, March 28 @ 1pm ET.​ In case you missed..you can find the webinar slides to the previous journey to alliances webinar here