Presentations

April 2019, Theodore Hodapp, “Effective Practices for Physics Programs (EP3): Townhall Discussion,” APS April Meeting, Denver, CO. slides

March 2019, Courtney Lannert, “Inclusion, Equity, and Program Improvement with the APS/AAPT Guide to Effective Practices in Physics Programs (EP3)” APS March Meeting, Boston, MA. slides

March 2019, Theodore Hodapp, “Effective Practices for Physics Programs (EP3): Townhall Discussion,” APS March Meeting, Boston, MA. slides

June 2018, Michael Jackson, “A New Guide to Effective Practices and Departmental Review – EP3: Effective Practices for Physics Programs,” Department Chairs Conference, College Park, MD. slides

April 2018, Theodore Hodapp, “EP3: Effective Practices for Physics Programs: An example, and how to use it,” APS April Meeting, Columbus, OH. slides

April 2018, Michael Jackson, “EP3: Guide to Effective Practices in Undergraduate Physics Programs – What It Is and Why You Should Care,” APS April Meeting, Columbus, OH. slides

March 2018, Theodore Hodapp, EP3: Effective Practices in Physics Programs Guide”, APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. slides

March 2018, David Craig, “EP3: Guide to Effective Practices in Undergraduate Physics Programs – What It Is and Why You Should Care,” APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. slides

February 2018, Theodore Hodapp, “Chairs Guide to Establishing a Teacher Preparation Program”, PhysTEC Annual Meeting, College Park, MD. slides

January 2018, Michael Jackson, “Best Practices for Undergraduate Physics Programs,” AAPT winter meeting, San Diego, CA. slides

November 2017, Theodore Hodapp, “Departmental Ecosystems: Recruitment, Retention, Mentoring, Diversity, Leadership, and More”, APS/AAPT/AAS New Faculty Workshop, College Park, MD. slides

June 2017, Michael Jackson, “Should there be accreditation of undergraduate physics programs?” CUR Physics and Astronomy Division Annual Business Meeting, Flagstaff, AZ. slides

June 2017, Sam McKagan, “Best Practices for Undergraduate Physics Programs Task Force,” Frontiers and Foundations of Physics Education Research, Bar Harbor, ME. slides

June 2017, Theodore Hodapp, “Departmental Ecosystems: Recruitment, Retention, Mentoring, Diversity, Leadership, and More”, APS/AAPT/AAS New Faculty Workshop, College Park, MD. slides

March 2017, Theodore Hodapp, “Best Practices in Physics Program Assessment: Should APS Provide Accreditation Standards for Physics?” APS March meeting, New Orleans, LA


 


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 1738311, 1747563, and 1821372. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.