Tuesday, June 23 from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m. (Pacific)
Financial Strategies During Economic Disruption

Join live on 6/23 by visiting the UC LinkedIn or Facebook page at 12P PST

This 30-minute livestream conversation with UCLA’s Chief Investment Officer, Justin Barton, will cover how current events are impacting financial markets along with insights for navigating financial challenges and trustworthy sources of information.  This conversation will be moderated by UC San Diego Alumni Association President Kimberley Phillips Boehm.  Join live by visiting the University of California LinkedIn or Facebook page on June 23 at 12P Pacific to ask questions, no registration required.  Not able to join live? Subscribe to the Alumni Career Network to receive a link to the recording after the event.

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Tuesday, July 7 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. (Pacific)
Women + Work: Finding a support network to maximize your impact

Looking to deepen connections in the workplace or a sounding board to help support your professional aspirations?  Join our panel of UC alumnae sharing insights on building professional alliances at work, leveraging employee resource groups (ERGs) and strategies for supporting inclusion in the workplace  This discussion will address how to leverage and tap into resource groups at your current company, strategies for building a network if one does not already exist and how deepening relationships at work can help propel your professional development.  This webinar will specifically focus on women’s leadership networks but will include strategies that apply for all.  Register to join live or to receive a link to the webinar recording.

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HIRE UC Virtual Alumni Career Fair

HIRE UC Virtual Alumni Career Fair
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
10AM to 4PM (Pacific)
Online career fair connecting hiring organizations from all industries with UC alumni talent

Looking for your next career opportunity?  Join us online for our upcoming Hire UC Virtual Alumni Career Fair. Over 70+ employers from a wide variety of industries offering entry-level and experienced positions will be in attendance. This event is free for University of California alumni to attend, but you must register to participate.  

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Looking to hire UC talent?  Use the link above and select employer registration!
This event is hosted by the University of California in collaboration with Hire Talent.

The Impact of a Pedagogy Course on the Teaching Beliefs of Inexperienced Graduate Teaching Assistants

CBE—Life Sciences Education

There has been little attention given to teaching beliefs of graduate teaching assistants (GTAs), even though they represent the primary teaching workforce for undergraduate students in discussion and laboratory sections at many research universities. Secondary school education studies have shown that teaching beliefs are malleable and can be shaped by professional development, particularly for inexperienced teachers.

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Closing the Achievement Gap in a Large Introductory Course by Balancing Reduced In-Person Contact with Increased Course Structure

CBE—Life Sciences Education

Hybrid and online courses are gaining attention as alternatives to traditional face-to-face classes. In addition to the pedagogical flexibility afforded by alternative formats, these courses also appeal to campuses aiming to maximize classroom space. The literature, however, reports conflicting results regarding the effect of hybrid and online courses on student learning.

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Metrics and Methods Used To Compare Student Performance Data in Chemistry Education Research Articles

-ACS Publication

Quasi-experiments are common in studies that estimate the effect of instructional interventions on student performance outcomes. In this type of research, the nature of the experimental design, the choice in assessment, the selection of comparison groups, and the statistical methods used to analyze the comparison data dictate the validity of causal inferences.

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America’s Underutilized Resource for Strengthening the STEM Workforce

-The National Academies Press

Research suggests that the cultural diversity of a nation’s workforce is a key factor in its ability to innovate and compete in a global economy. This report on the role of Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) in creating a diverse science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce is motivated by the realization that the United States is unlikely to maintain its competitive advantage in STEM without the contributions that these institutions are uniquely positioned to make.

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