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Professional Development Webinars

WEPAN webinars focus on topics relevant to creating inclusive cultures in engineering. 

Our purpose is to significantly increase knowledge of key issues and to encourage all participants to lead implementation of best and promising practices that will advance diverse communities of women in engineering in academic and workplace settings.

WEPAN webinars are categorized into three series:

WEPAN Professional Development Series 

Recording & resources available to WEPAN Members only

Engineering Inclusive Teaching Series 

Recordings available to the public; accompanying resources available to WEPAN Members only 

Partner Series 

Recordings available to the public 




Webinar Name


 Apr 11, 2017   ASEE MIND: A Guide to Organizing and Hosting Inclusive Events 


Julie P. Martin, Ph.D.,
Shannon K. Stefl,  
Ph.D. Candidate,
Amy Slaton, Ph.D.



Sep 30,




ASEE MIND: How to Write a
Winning Best Paper

 Don Newsome, Ph.D.
Walter Lee, Ph.D.

Apr 27, 2016



Spatial Visualization: A Promising
Intervention for Promoting
Student Equity


 Jacob Segil, Ph.D.
Jacquelyn Sullivan, Ph.D.

Mar 1, 2016



Unintended Bias: 
Recognizing and Reducing Unintended
Bias in the Engineering Classroom



Stephanie Goodwin, Ph.D.
Kelly J. Cross, Ph.D.

Jan 26, 2016



Building Bridges from College to Career


 Lisa Abrams, Ph.D.
Robin Schribman

 May 19, 2015  


Creating a Positive Climate for
Learning: Dealing with Incivility
and Conflict in the Classroom


Mark Chesler, Ph.D.
Alford Young Jr., Ph.D.
Joanna Millunchick, Ph.D. 
Apr 22, 2015   


STEMming the Confidence Gap:
Mitigating Social Judgement and Isolation

 Pooja Sankar
Jessica Gilmartin
David Gries, Ph.D

Apr 9, 2015



Active Learning: ‘Live’ and Online 


Rebecca Brent, ED.D.
Richard Felder, Ph.D.
 Mar 25, 2015  


Counteracting Stereotype Threat:
Research-based Tools & Tactics


  Catherine Good, Ph.D.

Mar 3, 2015



Academic Coaching:
Empowering Women and Allies

Jennifer Groh, Ph.D.


Feb 19, 2015



The Power of Personal Vision:
Linking Undergraduate Engineering
Education and Professional Persistence


Kathleen Buse, Ph.D.
Diana Bilimoria, Ph.D.

Jan 27, 2015



DiscoverE New Resources
and Ideas for 2015


Thea Sahr
Liezl Perez Schewe
Gina Higby

Nov 20, 2014



Thriving vs. Surviving: A Four-Frame
Model for Creating an
Inclusive Learning Environment 


Beth Holloway, Ph.D.


Oct 28, 2014



Engineering Self-Efficacy:
What it is, Why it Matters,
and How to Encourage it! 


 Margaret Beier, Ph.D.
Jack Lesko, Ph.D.
Catherine Amelink, Ph.D.

Aug 25, 2014



How Learning Works:
7 Research-Based Principles
for Smart Teaching


 Susan Ambrose, D.A.

Apr 16, 2014


Male Allies Moving the
Gender Equity Needle

Canan Bilen-Green
Thomas Stone Carlson
Roger Green
Christi McGeorge

Nov 19, 2013


Go Beyond "Add Women and Stir":
Improve Gender Equity
in Your Organization

Patricia Deyton
Isaura Gaeta
Beth Holloway

Oct 29, 2013



Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

Rose Pringle,  Ph.D.
Lily Gossage

May 23, 2013



The Myth:
Pink and Blue Brains

Lise Eliot, Ph.D.

May 9, 2013


The Climate Survey: A Tool for
Institutionalizing Diversity Work


Chris Anderson
Lilly Gossage, Ph.D.

Apr 24, 2013


Start Smart Salary Negotiation


Kate C. Farrar

Mar 7, 2013



Active Learning and
Female Engineering Students

Richard M. Felder
Rebecca Brent

Feb 21, 2013



Graduating to a Pay Gap

Lisa Maatz
Christianne Corbett

Nov 14, 2012



You Can't Graduate Them if
You Don't Admit Them:
Using Modeling Techniques to
Inform Admissions Policy

Beth Holloway
P.K. Imbrie, Ph.D.
Teri Reed, Ph.D.

May 8, 2012


Stereotype Threat and the
Nature and Nurture of Intelligence

Joshua Aronson, Ph.D.

Mar 27, 2012



Some Here, More There:
What Attracts Women to Engineering Majors?

Elizabeth Litzler, Ph.D

Feb 23, 2012


Implicit Bias:
The Power of Automatic,
Unintended Mindsets

Fred Smyth, Ph.D

Jan 24, 2012



Why Smart People Suffer from
the Impostor Syndrome
and How to Thrive in It

Valerie Young, Ph.D.

Nov 18, 2011



By the Numbers: Focusing
Your Recruitment Relationships
Using ASEE's Data Mining Tool


 Barbara Holt
Michael Gibbons

Nov 10, 2011



Stemming the Tide:
Why Women Leave Engineering 

Nadya Fouad, Ph.D.
Romila Singh, Ph.D.

 Oct 25, 2011



Mentoring Millennials: Evolving Practices
for Guiding a New Generation
of Women Engineers to Career Success


 David Porush, Ph.D.

 Sep 22, 2011



Identity & Persistence in STEM:
Why it is Important to Think About How
Women and Girls See Themselves in
Science and Engineering

Marie Claire Shanahan, Ph.D. 


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