EDI Research and Practice Showcase 2022 – TU Dublin

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AIB Research Centre on Inclusive and Equitable Cultures is hosting EDI Research and Practice Showcase 2022 – TU Dublin running Thu, 27 Jan-14:15 – Fri, 28 Jan 2022, 12:15.
The event provides an opportunity for colleagues, friends, and interested stakeholders to learn about EDI research and practice at TU Dublin.

EDI Research and Practice Showcase 2022 – TU Dublin

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The programme for TU Dublin’s 3rd annual EDI Research and Practice Showcase showcase, taking place over two days, is as follows:

Thursday 27 January 2022

14.15-14.20: Introduction.

14.20-15.30: Gender and STEM.

Moderated by: Sara Clavero

• How to Recruit and Retain Women in Computer Science. Alina Berry (Poster – 10 mins)

• CLICK: A mentoring approach to increasing female participation in Computer Science. Amanda O’Farrell (Poster – 10 mins)

• Gender (or sex?) differences in spatial abilities: why representation matters. Mariana Velho (Poster – 10 mins)

• DIAMOND: Revealing actionable knowledge from data for more inclusive and efficient transport systems. Ajeni Thimnu et al. (Paper – 15 mins)

15.30-15.45: Break

15.45-17.00: Gender, leadership, and institutional experiences

Moderated by Sara Clavero

• Gender diversity in the Irish Judiciary. Caoimhe Kiernan (Paper – 15 mins)

• Trust Me I’m Your Leader: Investigating the Impact of Leader’s Gender on Trust Perceptions towards Leader. Akanksha Lohmore et al. (Paper – 15 mins)

• A Conceptual Framework for Contextualizing Women’s Subjective Career Success. Dan Zhang (Paper – 15 mins)

• Addressing Sexual Violence and Harassment at TU Dublin. Catherine Bolger (Paper – 15 mins)

 

Friday 28 January 2022

9.30-10.30: Race and higher education

Moderated by: Seán Henry

• Experiences of Black Minority Ethnic students in higher education in Ireland. Margaret Fingleton (Paper – 15 mins)

• Building MultiStories: Presenting a Framework to Diversify the Curriculum. Fionnuala Darby and Lindsay Dowling (Paper – 15 mins)

• Building Multi-stories, practical application of theoretical framework in Applied Social care. Zuzana Teserova and Melody Chinenyanga (Paper – 15 mins)

10.30-10.45: Break

10.45-12.00: Pedagogy and Practice

Moderated by: Seán Henry

• Future Makers Collective: Experiments in Collaborative Intradisciplinary Creative Practice. Deirdre Kennedy and Sinead McDonald (Paper – 15 mins)

• Educator handbook for designing inclusive entrepreneurship courses in higher education. Deirdre McQuillan (Paper – 15 mins)

• Development of a new TU Dublin programme for people with intellectual disabilities. Sylvia Healy (Paper – 15 mins)

• An investigation of the personality traits that could identify vulnerable young people who will be susceptible to undue influence by social media influencers (SMIs). Charles Alves de Castro et al. (Paper – 15 mins)

12.00-12.15: Closing thoughts.


Steven Galvin

IUA Future of Ireland Webinar: Graduate Talent and Research Capacity underpinning Economic Growth
Graduate Certificate in Financial Intelligence and Technology at DCU


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