Webinar Series

CCWT regularly hosts webinars that are organized around specific topics where staff and students speak with scholars active in the fields of higher education, workforce development, and related topics.

2022 Webinar Series

Familia/Family as Counterspace for Students of Color in Postsecondary STEM Contexts: A Conversation with Dr. Blanca Rincón

Event Recording

Dr. Blanca Rincón discusses what can be learned from taking an asset-based approach to the study of broadening participation in STEM.

Transformational learning through high school internships: A discussion of best practices

Event Recording

Join the leadership and educators from Big Picture Learning for a discussion of best practices for supporting transformational learning through high school internships.

CCWT Reading Group Discussion

Friday, April 29th, 1pm-2pm CST. Register here.

The Center for Research on College Workforce Transitions conducts a book reading discussion group on topics related to education research and the philosophy of education for staff and graduate students at UW-Madison. For the Spring 2022 group, we will be reading a collection of essays and political-economic analysis by disability activist and journalist Marta Russell, titled Capitalism and disability (2019, Haymarket Books). Please click on the link below to register for the discussion, which is scheduled for April 29th, 1-2pm CST.

The event will be moderated by Matthew Wolfgram.

Social and Motivational Interventions to Broadening Participation in STEM

Tuesday, March 1st from 11am to 12pm CST

Special Guest: Dr. Dr. Paul Hernandez, Texas A&M University

It is widely recognized that the U.S. needs to attract, retain, and adequately prepare a larger and more diverse Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workforce to accelerate innovation and discovery, maintain global competitiveness, and expand economic prosperity. Intensive undergraduate research experiences (UREs), as well as mentoring and role modeling programs, are recognized as part of the solution for attracting and retaining more diverse and talented college students into STEM degrees. However, methodological limitations in the extant research have posed a replicability challenge for multifaceted programs and less is known about the underlying process linking activities and professional relationships to positive outcomes. Dr. Hernandez will discuss his program of research aimed at illuminating the impact and processes linking activities to broader participation in STEM careers.

Register here.


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