Workshops & Trainings

Date: 04 May 2021

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm (ET)

Convener: AGU Workshops

Virtual

Free

As we approach one year since George Floyd’s murder and the subsequent calls to action for racial justice in society and anti-racism in the geosciences, we invite reflections from current and emerging leaders and community members in a follow-up workshop. We will hear updates from a panel of speakers who have been leading anti-racism efforts over the past year and provide space to support and build solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) geoscience community in the wake of increasingly visible anti-AAPI racism and violence in the US. We will invite participants to share actions taken, challenges faced, and progress made towards implementing anti-racist actions in institutions and the broader geoscience community.

To register, fill out this brief form, and a zoom link will be sent to you.

Cultivating Leadership for Change and Justice in the Geosciences: A Virtual Workshop Series Sponsored by Geoscientists of Color and Allies

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Date: 08 December 2020

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (ET)

Convener: AGU Workshops

Virtual

Free

This workshop, scheduled as part of the AGU Fall Meeting 2020, will bring together a panel of geoscientists who have had some success in diversifying their faculty. Panelists will reflect on the progress and challenges of hiring and successfully promoting diverse faculty, including recommendations for supporting the next generation of diverse geoscientists. Breakout groups will allow participants at different career stages to discuss the specific opportunities and obstacles related to recruiting and retaining diverse cohorts.

Registration for this session is through the 2020 AGU Fall Meeting website. You must be registered for the AGU meeting to participate. Individuals from low/low-middle income countries as well as member K-12 educators and undergraduate students receive free registration.

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Date: 24 January 2021

Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm (ET)

Convener: AGU Workshops

In-Person

Fee: $75.00

Overview

A workshop facilitated by Stephanie Goodwin, Ph.D., President, Incluxion Works, in collaboration with the University of New Hampshire’s PowerPlay Interactive Development improvisational theater team.

Ever wondered “Why didn’t I say something?” after witnessing social bias—a stereotype, a prejudice or discrimination—that happened in your everyday life? You’re not alone. Deciding whether and how to respond to bias is complicated. Understanding what motivates us to speak up, the challenges we face when doing so, and strategies for effective responding can help bystanders to bias better evaluate their options and select effective strategies. This interactive presentation will invite attendees to learn about bystander reactions to social biases and how these reactions can help or hinder decisions to speak up. Attendees will apply these concepts to everyday incidents of bias in either academic or work settings with an emphasis on understanding the challenges in STEMM contexts. PowerPlay Interactive Development’s team of improvisational actors will portray brief, familiar moments of bias and challenging interpersonal behavior. Attendees will be invited to interact, replay and experiment in conversation with the characters to understand the complexity of responding to biases and learn how to navigate these situations more successfully.

Workshop Materials

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Date: 01 December 2020 – 17 December 2020

Convener: AGU Workshops

Virtual

Free

More information to come about workshops and training being offered during Fall Meeting.

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