Introduction to an Inclusive Professional Framework (IPF)

When:  Mar 21, 2024 from 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM (CST)
Associated with  NSF INCLUDES National Network

Thursday, March 21, 2024

The Inclusive Professional Framework for Faculty (IPF: Faculty) is a research-based approach that helps faculty become more inclusive and equitable in their teaching, advising, and research mentorship roles. The framework focuses on three key domains: identity, intercultural awareness, and relational and communication skills. Join this session to explore the identity domain of the IPF: Faculty with time to think about the wheel of privilege/identity wheel, the cultural wealth model, and initial applications to your faculty role. Personal identity work is fundamental to being able to apply the IPF effectively, authentically, and with confidence. There is room to deepen the conversation as participants wish in this workshop. The exercises will help you begin to develop a transferrable equity mindset, and apply these skills to promote more inclusive classrooms and equitable advising and mentoring relationships.

Date & Time: Thursday, March 31, 2024 at 2-5 ET / 1-4 CT / 12-3 MT / 11-2 PT
Let us know if you're interested in additional sessions of this workshop.
Location: Online in Zoom (Facilitators will follow up with confirmation)
Target Audience: current STEM faculty, graduate students or postdocs considering an academic career

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Registration will remain open until the week prior to the event, or until we reach our cap of 25 participants, whichever comes first. We will accept individuals on a rolling basis and waitlist further interest. Please reach out to Evangeline Su (esu6@wisc.edu) with any questions! 

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Evangeline Su

esu6@wisc.edu