Team Science is a transdisciplinary approach to solving complex problems that integrates and aligns expertise and technologies around a shared vision with common expectations.
Join us for this brown bag, where you will learn Team Science is and what it is not, the driving factors of Team Science, characteristics of successful Team Science leadership (managing, motivating, and inspiring individuals toward a common goal), how to identify collaborators and build Team Science networks, and how to foster effective lines of communication (in the context of different interdisciplinary languages).
*Please bring your own lunch. Only light refreshments will be provided.
Where: 1100 Surge III (“The Grove”)
When: Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 12:30pm-1:30pm
The National Science Foundation began supporting ADVANCE initiatives in 2001, and has awarded over $130M in funding for a variety of programs. The most significant efforts seek to create permanent institutional transformation.
Professional disciplinary groups allow members to meet, engage, and share knowledge. This effort is particularly important to foster supportive, collaborative networks among scientists from under-represented groups.
We have compiled multiple publicly available databases of the published research related to NSF ADVANCE program efforts to increase diversity in STEM education and the STEM labor force. These include the literature on implicit bias, mentorship and other topics.
Balance is real challenge facing many faculty, particularly women with children. The perception (and reality) of the inflexibility and rigor of an academic career is one cause for the lack of diversity in STEM disciplines.