Supporting Engineering Graduate Students in the Time of COVID-19

Supporting Engineering Graduate Students in the Time of COVID-19

How is the COVID-19 crisis impacting engineering graduate students—and how can faculty and administrators support these students in fall 2020 and beyond? This webinar features preliminary insights and lessons learned from three NSF RAPID grants. Scroll for event details.

Type: Webinar

Delivery Method: On Demand

Level: Foundational

Duration: 1 hour

Dates & Times

Originally delivered November 5, 2020

Pricing

ASEE Members: Free
Non-members: $50

How is the COVID-19 crisis impacting engineering graduate students—and how can faculty and administrators better support these students in fall 2020 and beyond? Addressing this question, this webinar features preliminary insights and lessons learned from three NSF RAPID grants.

In this webinar, Craig Ogilvie (Montana State University) and Sarah Rodriguez (Texas A&M University-Commerce) will discuss how to immediately help graduate students during a crisis. Chi-Ning Chang (University of Kansas) and Guan Saw (Claremont Graduate University) will explore how e-mentoring can positively affect graduate students’ academic, career, and mental health outcomes. James Neumeister and Erin Knepler (NORC) will share solutions and approaches that academic leaders can apply to best support STEM graduate students and programs.

If you have questions, please contact webinars@asee.org.