Upcoming NORDP Events

Webinars

March 26 • 1:00 PM EST

Designing Successful Broadening Participation Programs Through Evidence-Based Approaches

This webinar session will challenge participants to incorporate evidence-based effective practices to design and/or assess hypothetical programs dedicated to broadening participation of underrepresented groups (broadly defined). In the context of facilitating teams in the development of ideas for funding, we are often familiar with effective practices and share them with program leaders and PIs developing programs. There are an increasing number of opportunities for funding and program development focused on broadening participation. This session will emphasize capturing diversity and inclusion programmatic elements and translating those elements so that program leaders and PIs can adapt and innovate in the context of their own program ideas.
Presenter: Alicia J. Knoedler, PhD

 


 April 2 • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

Preparing Conference Presentations, PowerPoints and Posters

For many of us, conference presentations cause worry and stress.  Yet, presenting in public does not have to be scary and can be very rewarding… and even fun! The purpose of this webinar is to present best practices for preparing presentations, slides and posters, to facilitate useful and effective presentations and interactions, whatever the medium. 

The webinar will be presented by Kari Whittenberger-Keith, PhD, and Jenna McGuire, MBA. Kari and Jenna have extensive experience in public speaking, speechwriting and effective communication.

We hope you will take advantage of this webinar to help make your presentations more effective, whether at the 2019 NORDP conference or in other venues.

Presenters:Kari Whittenberger-Keith, PhD; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Jenna McGuire, MBA; The Ohio State University

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April 5 • 1:00 PM EST (30 minutes)

Ambassador Program Orientation

In this 30-minute webinar, volunteers for the 2019 NORDP Ambassador Program will learn essential information about their role and responsibilities for this year’s conference. Topics will include: an introduction to the Ambassador program, an overview of NORDP’s structure, committees, and resources, a discussion on specific activities Ambassadors will complete, and a review of resources relevant to new members and first-time conference attendees. Time will be available at the end to address questions or concerns about the program. To learn more about the Ambassador Program or to sign up, please visit https://goo.gl/forms/6f2PbJfxc6pxk1Ch2 by no later than March 18th, 2019.

Presenters: Sarah Messbauer, University of California, Davis; Samar Sengupta, University of Texas Southwestern; Kay Tindle, Texas Tech University


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April 8 • 1:00 PM (EST (One hour)

Getting Ready for #NORDP2019

Join us for the webinar version of “What to Know before You Go”! Veteran NORDP conference-goers (and planners) will walk you through the logistics of the event, an overview of the conference program, and how to maximize your experience. We’ll describe all the ways you can engage with colleagues during the conference, and how to keep the excitement going afterward. And for those who want to explore Providence, a member of our local planning team will be on hand to discuss all the things to do in the area. Whether this is your first conference or your fifth, this is your chance to ask any questions you have about what to expect at #NORDP2019!

Presenters: Karen Fletcher, Appalachian State University; Jill Jividen, University of Michigan; Edel Minogue, Brown University 

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Meetings

11th Annual NORDP Conference

April 29 - May 1, 2019 • Providence, RI
Details


Great Lakes Regional Meeting

October 21, 2019 • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
For details email [email protected]