Outreach Using STEM Undergraduates: Best Practices Meeting
Application to participate in a Best Practices Meeting for Undergraduate STEM Outreach Programs
With which institution and school or college are you affiliated?
Please list your name:
Please list your title
Please provide an e-mail address where we can reach you:
What is the name of your STEM outreach program? Please provide a link to its website, if one exists:
Are you the advisor for the outreach program at your institution?
If you chose no, please add in the advisor's name and e-mail address below:
The following questions ask you about your program.
Approximately how many STEM undergraduates do you currently have in your outreach program?
What percentage of those undergraduates are female?
What percentage of those undergraduates identify with historically under-represented groups?
What type of activities do your undergraduates engage in as part of their official outreach role? Please check all that apply.
Presentations to K-12 students about engineering (or STEM)
Hands-on activities in K-12 settings about engineering (or STEM)
Campus tours for prospective STEM students and families
Participation in special STEM events: engineering day, science day, etc.
Presentations to industry partners (on or off campus)
Mentoring for underclass STEM students
In no more than 150 words, please describe how you train your undergraduate students to conduct outreach activities. If you provide initial and ongoing training, please describe each method.
In no more than 150 words, please describe how you assess the effect of your program.
Would you or another representative of your outreach program be willing to participate in a one-day workshop to share information and learn about what other programs are doing? Please note that travel support is available. Click all that apply.
March 9th (Boston, Massachusetts)
April 6th (Lincoln, Nebraska)
Virtual meeting (TBD)
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