2022 North Carolina PKAL Regional Network Meeting

Call for proposals: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in STEM: Practical Applications for the Classroom

Steering Committee opportunity

Dear North Carolina STEM Educator,

We are interested in your input about the future of NC Project Kaleidoscope Regional Network (NC PKAL) and would like to invite you to apply for a position on the newly created NC PKAL Steering Committee. We know that your time is your most valuable resource, so we want to assure you that this will be a worthwhile service.

Responsibilities:

  • Monthly 1 hour Steering Committee Meeting
  • ~2 hours monthly of flexible time towards planning for the annual meeting(s) and other NC PKAL initiatives

Rewards:

  • Official letter of recognition from PKAL recognizing your contribution (can be used for promotion / tenure, etc)
  • Inclusion of your voice to advocate for the STEM faculty needs and support of the PKAL mission
  • Leadership development opportunities

Click here to complete the Application for NC PKAL Steering Committee: https://ncat.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3ERa5vxNmBNoZme

No time to serve? That’s okay! We would still love to hear of your interests in the future direction of NC PKAL! Please share your thoughts with us in this two question survey!

https://ncat.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cPbzYxTnC0U4nKC

North Carolina PKAL Regional Network (read more about it here: https://www.aacu.org/pkal/regional/northcarolina)

The goal of the North Carolina PKAL Regional Network is to bring STEM educators together to discuss and share ideas on ‘what works’ in STEM higher education. NC Network meetings will focus on issues of interest to the group through:

  • faculty showcasing and discussing ideas and innovations in curriculum;
  • discussion of potential Inter-institutional collaborations on pedagogy and assessment around curricular challenges;
  • brainstorming of ideas on the future directions of the NC PKAL Network.

We look forward to engaging with you!

Best regards,

Kelsie Bernot and Christopher Rhea

Co-Directors of the North Carolina Regional PKAL network