Dr. Toldson will be speaking on the topic of Urban School Leadership
QEM/NSF Outreach Forum on Building Research and Education Capacity in Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
(1) Facilitate NSF CISE’s support of NSF’s April 2016 Dear Colleague Letter: Strengthening Research Capacity at HBCUs through technical assistance specifically targeted to HBCU capacity-building in CISE program areas; and (2) Initiate a national CISE community of practice, focused on enhancing research and education capacity-building at HBCUs to broaden participation of underrepresented groups in the Nation’s computing and information technology workforce.
Virginia Is for ALL Learners: Education Equity Summer Institute – Policy, Practice, and Preparation – Closing Achievement Gaps in Virginia
This conference will focus on the public policy influencing equitable outcomes for students, how social-emotional learning and trauma-informed care are essential strategies to addressing achievement gaps, and finally how educator preparation programs in the state must be engaged in the equity conversation and can impact outcomes for students across the state. Our overarching goal is to explore the implications of institutional racism in public education and raise state discourse around policy and practices that impact positively equity outcomes for Virginia’s public school students (K-12).
Dr. Toldson will be a Keynote Speaker
Education, Housing and Economic opportunity in DC
Dr. Toldson will present on:
The State of Education for Black DC
This two-day proposal development workshop is designed to provide technical assistance to STEM, education research, and social science faculty at HBCUs in their FY2018-19 submission of new or re-submission of revised, previously declined proposals to any of the three National Science Foundation (NSF)’s education research-focused programs: HBCU-UP Broadening Participation Research (BPR); the Education and Human Resources (EHR) Directorate Core Research (ECR); and the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER)
11th Annual Asa G. Hillard III and Barbara A. Sizemore Research Course on African Americans and Education.
Publishing Scholarship on African Americans and Education: A Conversation with the Editor of The Journal of Negro Education
Dr. Toldson will be a speaker
The Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Network will conduct an information and proposal development workshop, for 2- and 4-year minority-serving institutions (MSIs), focused on the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program (S-STEM). The Workshop will provide guidance to two-person institutional faculty teams to enable their submission of competitive S-STEM proposals in the FY 2018 competition.
The Business of the University Conference is a two-day symposium designed to educate and infuse participants with the knowledge of what campus business professionals across the nation at Minority Serving Institutions are doing to ensure they Innovate, Elevate, and Revitalize their University Business Model for Student Success.
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be the Keynote Speaker
Topic: Changing the Numbers: NSF's strategy to STEM diversity
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be a presenter
Leadership Development Institute For Early Career Faculty at NSF Tribal Colleges and Universities Program (TCUP) Grantee Institutions
This two-day Institute will focus on assisting and engaging early career faculty in pursuing academic leadership at their institution and developing effective planning skills to achieve their career goals. The Institute is modeled after QEM’s earlier TCUP Leadership Development Institutes (2006-2009) that prepared over 40 faculty and staff at TCUP institutions for leadership as TCUP Fellows in their communities.
Theme: "And Still I Rise"
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be a panelist
This proposal development workshop is for two-person HBCU teams consisting of: 1) a STEM faculty member; and 2) an educational researcher (preferably in STEM education) or social science faculty member interested in submitting FY18 proposals to the Broadening Participation Research (BPR) strand of the HBCU-UP program. The goal of the two-day workshop is to increase the number and competitiveness of proposals submitted to the Foundation’s education research-focused program by HBCU faculty.
GATHERING for INCLUDES REU Students, and their Faculty Mentors
Hosted by United Tribes Technical College