Dear CEC Faculty,
In response to President Washington’s Inclusive Excellence mandate and The College of Engineering and Computing’s Inclusive Excellence (IE) plan, The Stearns
Center for Teaching and Learning in collaboration with The College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) and in connection with The College of Science (COS)
invites STEM faculty to the Stearns Center’s Inclusive Teaching short course online workshop about
ABET inclusion expectations on Thursday,
November 10 from 2 pm - 3 pm.
This course is focused on faculty who are designing or redesigning courses soon (for university course tags, for example) or for individuals within your Departments who
sit on curriculum committees? Please also note that while the above criterion is encouraged it is not a requirement, and all faculty interested in ABET expectations and inclusive teaching are welcomed to register for the session.
Workshop content will include:
Syllabi That Support Learners and Instructors – Designing and Redesigning Syllabi for Inclusive Classrooms and ABET Expectations
At the end of the workshop, participants will leave with a greater understanding of the potential considerations for designing and redesigning inclusive course syllabi and
aligning with broader institutional initiatives and ABET expectations.
Continuing Professional Development: This workshop is approved
for the "Design" category of the Stearns Center's CPD
Level 1 Certificate.
The Stearns Center, CEC, and COS look forward to hearing feedback about your experience
with the workshop and how we can support GMU faculty in making our STEM curriculum more inclusive!
Please register in advance: https://gmu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYpcO2orT4uGtbdW6KO5zC5tV1lMdWhtqjs
Office of Diversity, Outreach & Inclusive Learning
College of Engineering & Computing
George Mason University*
Office Hours: Mon (10am-12pm) / Tue (1pm-2pm)
Office: Nguyen Engineering Building 2620
Phone: (703) 993-2257
Email: [log in to unmask]
*At the place George Mason University occupies, we give greetings and thanksgiving to the Doeg ancestors, the enslaved and rightfully freed African Americans, and the recognized Virginia tribes who lovingly stewarded these lands past,
present, and future.