Meetings


Our largest annual meeting, the SENCER Summer Institute provides professional development and networking opportunities over the course of four days to formal and informal educators, administrators, students, representatives of non-profits and agencies. SSI 2018 will be hosted by Santa Clara University in CA from August 2 - 5. 

Learn more about SSI 2018


NCSCE Department Chairs Meeting Attendees Mingling During Reception

NCSCE Department Chairs Meeting Attendees Mingling During Reception

The retreat, held on September 15-16, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, brought together leaders and change-agents interested in strengthening leadership that is rooted in educational values and mission. The retreat was interactive and participant-driven, with experienced chairs, deans, and professional development specialists acting as facilitators and guides leading focused discussions and problem-solving activities.

Learn more about the Values-Based Academic Leadership Retreat


US Capitol Building, site of past events

US Capitol Building, site of past events

Each year, our colleagues from across the country convene in Washington, DC, to share the results of their campus work through presentations, panels, and poster sessions with NCSCE community members and congressional delegations.

 

Learn more about the Washington Symposia


SENCER Center for Innovation Co-Directors at SSI 2016

SENCER Center for Innovation Co-Directors at SSI 2016

Our nine regional SENCER Centers of Innovation (SCIs) host two yearly meetings on topics relevant to their local areas, including environmental health and restoration, big data, undergraduate research, sustainability, and improving the STEM pipeline.

 


Far Beyond STEM: Integrating the Arts, Humanities and STEMFar Beyond STEM: Integrating the Arts, Humanities and STEM was a meeting held at Stony Brook University for faculty interested in the use of challenging civic issues to create interdisciplinary courses and programs that engage students and improve their learning.

Learn more about Far Beyond STEM


 

From left to right: Marietjie Potgieter, Bianca Verlinden, Karen Kashmanian Oates, Garon Smith, Debra Meyer, David Burns, and Lungile “Sunshine” Sitole

From left to right: Marietjie Potgieter, Bianca Verlinden, Karen Kashmanian Oates, Garon Smith, Debra Meyer, David Burns, and Lungile “Sunshine” Sitole

Some sixty faculty members, researchers, and academic leaders from the Mamelodi Campus of the University of Pretoria, the University of Johannesburg, Tshwane University of Technologyand the Academy of Science for South Africa and others attended the SENCER Symposium held at Hatfield, the main campus of the University of Pretoria in South Africa.

Learn more about SENCER in South Africa