Join us at any of our upcoming workshops listed below.
All workshops take place during the free period in the Campus Center Multi-Purpose Room and will include a free lunch!
Registration is required via the form below.
12:45 PM – 1:45 PM
Campus Center, MPR
March 2: 12:45 – 1:45 PM – Workshop #4: Promoting Success in STEM
As a campus community, our ultimate goals go beyond achieving student engagement in STEM courses and research labs. It is clear from the self-study that we need to focus our future efforts on promoting the success of students, faculty, and staff at RUC in STEM. In this workshop, we will leverage the findings of the self-study and the results of the previous workshops in the Pathway series to identify specific, measurable, and achievable DEI goals for the next 5-10 years. This forward-looking workshop will end with a brainstorming session about specific activities that we can feasibly engage in so that we can meet our DEI goals. All members of the RUC are invited to participate in this exciting and engaging event.
Registration is required for the Driving Change Initiative Workshop Series. Please fill out the form below to register.
PARKING AVAILABLE: If you require parking and do not have a Rutgers parking permit, please register your vehicle at https://rudots.nupark.com/v2/portal/eventregister/cdda8b98-1e36-41ee-97c8-b8cfb46b4049#/events/registration/ for each workshop you are attending. Once registered, you will be able to park in Lots C1, C2, C3, C14, City Lot 15 or City Lot 16 without a permit.
11:20 AM – 12: 20 PM
Campus Center, MPR
Workshop #1: A comprehensive self-study of STEM diversity, equity, and inclusion at RUC
Kwangwon Lee, Associate Professor of Biology
Donna Nickitas, Interim Provost
Nyeema Watson, Vice Chancellor
John Griffin, FASC Dean
James Brown, Union President
Jordan Adhiambo, SGA President
We are a group of faculty/staff/students in STEM discipline at Rutgers-Camden working for making a sustainable and inclusive STEM education. The first workshop will be composed of a brief presentation of the summary of the self-study finding and a panel discussion on the topic. We believe that the workshop will highlight the ongoing University-wide DEI efforts to establish the “Beloved Community”. We are inviting campus leaders to be a part of the panel discussion, we hope that you will be able to attend and lend your voice to this important effort.