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The ADVANCE Seminar Train-the-Trainer program for OSU participants is available to all OREGON STATE ADVANCE Seminar graduates as well as all graduates of the 60-hour Difference, Power, and Discrimination seminar.
The OREGON STATE ADVANCE Seminar has been the centerpiece of our NSF Institutional Transformation (IT) grant project. It is an interactive learning experience centered on analyzing the operations of difference, power, and privilege in higher education, with a particular focus on the STEM disciplines. The seminar provides opportunities to explore structural inequities within the university and to imagine a transformed future in which institutional structures and personal behaviors are both professionally and personally life-affirming for people across their differences.
The one week Train-the-Trainer program will be offered to 15 participants on a first come first serve basis. It will focus on both the theoretical underpinnings of the seminar and the pedagogical methods used to deliver the content such as large and small group discussions, short videos, Theater of the Oppressed exercises, skills practices, challenging questions, and personal storytelling. As in the seminar, there will be time for reflection and debriefing. You will create another action plan focused on delivering ADVANCE seminar content in your sphere of influence.
The Application Process
OSU applicants will be asked to provide the following information:
To think about in preparation for the training: How does this work help ADVANCE meet its goals of diversifying STEM faculty?
For More Information
Contact Janette Byrd, Project Manager, ADVANCE@oregonstate.edu