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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium
Presentation Title Inclusive Pedagogy in Introductory Materials Science Courses
Author(s) Vincent M. Sokalski
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Vincent M. Sokalski
Abstract Scope This presentation will highlight strategies implemented in the introductory course 27-100 – “Engineering the materials of the future” at Carnegie Mellon University during Spring 2020-21-22 semesters. Universal strategies discussed will include mitigating stereotype threat, normalizing adversity, promoting a growth mindset, and highlighting diverse figures with specific examples provided. These strategies are broadly responsive to pending changes to ABET evaluation criteria including that faculty must “demonstrate awareness and abilities appropriate to providing an equitable and inclusive environment for its students.” Interactive strategies specific to the technical content will be presented including the use of demonstrations and digital polling during lecture. Pre and post survey responses from students will be discussed with examples of how student feedback was introduced into the lecture content with an eye towards creating a more culturally responsive curriculum.


ABET and Continuous Improvement: What's New, and Q&A
Assisting Curation of Open-Source Textbook with Natural Language Processing
Helping to Prepare Students for Communicating in the Professional World
Inclusive Pedagogy in Introductory Materials Science Courses
Introducing Students to the Importance of Materials in Sustainability
Investigating the Effects of Different Instructional Methods on Student Performance and Satisfaction in Online Learning
Machine Learning and Data Science in the MSE Undergraduate Program
Preparing Engineering Students to Work in and Design Solutions for Diverse Populations
Teaching Glass across Disciplines at Alfred University
Technical Communication: Graduate Student Training via Regular Reporting within I/UCRCs
The Material Science Core: A Need to Align Worldviews?

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