This page features videos, presentations, and other information specific to Oakland University and its faculty members.
Workshops with CETL are planned for the Winter 2014 semester, tentatively in February and April. More details to follow.
For more information from WISE@OU Events, visit the Events page.
For those who were unable to attend the original events, WISE@OU has created videos of workshops and discussions with both the AAUP and Academic Human Resources (AHR). These events feature important details about OU's policies and procedures, with a specific focus on the tenure process (see Tenure Workshop videos) and policies related to pregnancy, adoption, sick leaves, and similar situations (see AHR video).
For more information from WISE@OU Events, visit the Events page
WISE@OU hosts events for newly hired STEM faculty.
In April 2013, the newly hired STEM faculty members gathered for lunch and a discussion of funding opportunities from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Wenjin Zhou, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, had recently attended two NSF conferences that related to funding, and she shared her insights with the group.
Women in Computing Lecture Series
The Computer Science and Engineering department will launch a "Women in Computing" lecture series in 2014. This initiative was started by Assistant Professor Wenjin Zhou
and is sponsored by Atomic Object
. The goal of the lecture series is to encourage female students to choose a CSE major, continue working in computer science, and foster a love for the field. Featured speakers will include successful female and under-represented computer scientists, business leaders, and entrepreneurs. Upcoming speakers include Emily Provost (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Laura Dillion (Michigan State University), Anne Marsan (manager at Atomic Object, Ann Arbor), and Patty Lopez (Platform Applications Engineer at Intel Corporation). More details on dates of lectures and additional speakers will be posted when available. If you have any questions about this lecture series, contact Dr. Zhou at email@example.com
or visit her website at: http://www.secs.oakland.edu/~wzhou/home.html
Additional Student and Professional Organizations:
Below are some links containing information about different groups on campus for STEM.