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Diversity, External Engagement, and Workforce Development. Sections 4.4, 4.5, and 4.7 of the proposal. EEWD Committee

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Diversity external engagement and workforce development

Diversity, External Engagement, and Workforce Development

  • Sections 4.4, 4.5, and 4.7 of the proposal


Diversity external engagement and workforce development

  • EEWD Committee

    • Randall Hall, LSU, LeadPedro Derosa, Grambling, co-LeadDiola Bagayoko, SouthernDaniela Mainardi, LA TechLamar Meda, XavierJuana Moreno, LSUNoshir Pesika, TulaneSteve Rick, UNO

    • 1.5 FTE staff (BTR and Ruston)


Diversity

Diversity

  • Diversity Advisory Council

    • Bill Lester, UC Berkeley, ChairDiOnetta Jones, MITBetsy Willis, SMUMike Tomasello, University of CaliforniaStephanie Adams, VCUSheila Edwards Lange, U of WashingtonIsiah Warner, LSUJuana Moreno, LSUJenna Carpenter, LA Tech

    • Coordinators: Bagayoko and Hall


Diversity1

Diversity

  • Supplement RA stipends for URM and women

  • Supplement startup packages for URM and women faculty

  • Jenna Carpenter (LA Tech) will help develop mentoring networks

  • Recruit URM and women graduate students through 4+1 (Grambling/LaTech), 3+2 (Xavier/Tulane), JFAP, Community colleges*


Workforce development

Workforce Development

  • Yearly open houses for middle and high school students at each campus

  • Weeklong summer workshops for high school students in NO, BTR, and Ruston

  • Summer RET for high school and community college teachers in NO, BTR, and Ruston

  • Summer workshops on discovery-based teaching methods

  • Development of computational modules for community colleges (BRCC/ENGR to start)


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Workforce Development

  • Short courses for 2-year and technical college students (e.g., X-Ray)

  • Expand Beowulf Boot Camp

  • Summer REU program at each institution

  • Materials Science courses delivered statewide

  • Postdoc and graduate student training programs

  • Industrial internships


External engagement

External Engagement

  • Guests to LPB

  • Public lectures

  • Leveraging existing NSF investments

  • Lectures to local industries

  • Posting videos of lectures, talks, etc. to website


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External Engagement

  • Distribute software, as appropriate, via website

  • Biannual “all-hands” meetings

  • Visits to international labs


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