Societies Consortium 2020 Annual All Member Convening
On September 16-17, 2020 the Societies Consortium on Sexual Harassment in STEMM held its second Annual All Members Convening. This convening focused on member engagement in small groups on challenging topics to advance inclusive climate and culture in STEMM, sharing valuable resources, hearing from experts, and considering action by the Consortium and individual societies.
Across the two days, the keynote addresses were recorded and can be accessed below.
September 16, 2020
Keynote Panel: Society Action to Dismantle Racism and Sexism.
The panel featured Dr. NiCole Buchanan, Professor of Clinical Science, Ecological/Community Psychology at Michigan State University and Dr. Kimberly Griffin, Professor and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Faculty Affairs at the University of Maryland, moderated by Dr. Shaun Harper, Provost Professor of Management and Organization; Clifford and Betty Allen Chair in Urban Leadership; USC Race and Equity Center Executive Director. A recording of the panel is below.
Day 1 Closing Remarks.
Key take-aways on Consortium and society action, featuring Felice Levine/AERA and Consortium Executive Committee Co-Chair and Jamie Lewis Keith/EducationCounsel. A recording of the remarks is below.
September 17, 2020
Ethics/Conduct Policy & Resolutions Workshop 1.
This plenary panel featured Billy Williams, Senior Vice President, Ethics, Diversity, and Inclusion, American Geophysical Union and Consortium Executive Committee Co-Chair; Dr. Roxanne Springer, Professor of Physics, Duke University and Division of Nuclear Physics Allies Program Chair, American Physical Society; and Jamie Lewis Keith, Partner, EducationCounsel. In addition to the video, Dr. Springer provided written information relevant to this segment here. A recording of the plenary is below.
Ethics/Conduct Policy & Resolution Workshop Part 2.
The second part of the plenary features Billy Williams and Jamie Lewis Keith. At Dr. Springer’s request, the recording of her presentation in the second part of this workshop is not being posted, but she has provided information relevant to this segment of her scenario here. A recording of the workshop is below.