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The Unseen Impact of Inclusive Professional Development and Pedagogic Training on Underestimated Minority Graduate Students

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Title:The Unseen Impact of Inclusive Professional Development and Pedagogic Training on Underestimated Minority Graduate Students
Authors:Lui, Lauren M.
Roth, Danica L.
Roybal-Jungemann, Gabriel
Irvine, Joshua Lelemia
Keywords:Community development
Equity
Social integration
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Metacognition
show 3 morePsychological safety
Recognition (Psychology)
STEM Identity
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Date Issued:05 Sep 2022
Publisher:UC Santa Cruz: Institute for Scientist & Engineer Educators
Citation:Lui, L.M., Roth, D.L., Roybal-Jungemann, G., Irvine, L. (2022). The unseen impact of inclusive professional development and pedagogic training on underestimated minority graduate students. pp. 417–428 in S. Seagroves, A. Barnes, A.J. Metevier, J. Porter, & L. Hunter (Eds.), Leaders in effective and inclusive STEM: Twenty years of the Institute for Scientist & Engineer Educators. UC Santa Cruz: Institute for Scientist & Engineer Educators. https://escholarship.org/uc/isee_pdp20yr
Relation:https://escholarship.org/uc/isee_pdp20yr
Abstract:Ostensibly, the main goal of the ISEE Professional Development Program (PDP) is to teach scientists and engineers how to be intentional, inclusive educators by experiencing and designing inquiry-based learning activities. However, the PDP program has many indirect, positive effects on its participants as well, including building community and a sense of STEM identity, fluency to understand and discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion topics, and recognizing the importance of psychological safety in learning, academia, and industry. We present four narratives from past participants with underestimated minority identities, who discuss how the PDP program had a positive impact on their growth as scientists and engineers. In each case, the PDP provided critical tools, knowledge or support that enabled their success as graduate students and into their respective career and life journeys.
Pages/Duration:13 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10790/7294
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
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