Date(s) - 06/18/2014
7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center
A collaborative professional development opportunity sponsored by:
The Indiana University School of Education at IUPUI and the Indiana Urban Schools Association. Download the conference brochure (pdf).
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
James Earl Davis, Ph.D. focuses his research on gender and schooling outcomes; men, boys and masculinity; sociology of higher education; and applied research methods. He is particularly interested in issues of access and equity in the educational pipeline as they are informed by gender, race, class, and the intersection of these social locations. Davis’ research agenda has been driven by reoccurring questions related to what we know about the social context of identity and how institutions (e.g., schools, college and universities, families, and communities) and policy (e.g., education reform, gender-based instruction and schools) are implicated in academic and social outcomes. During his career, he has had the opportunity to work with inspiring colleagues and graduate students who continue to refine his work and its impact. Currently, Davis is funding from the National Science Foundation for the project, stemming the tide: exploring factors related to males of color interest, engagement and achievement in mathematics and science. This project will facilitate the dissemination of the most recent research about identity and its relationship to science and mathematics achievement for boys and young men of color.
Virginia A. Caine, M.D. is Director of the Marion County Public Health Department and Associate Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine Infectious Disease Division. She is active in several professional societies including: National Medical Association; National Association of County & City Health Officials; Fairbanks Institute (Life Sciences) Board of Directors; Centers for Disease Control, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Editorial Board; and Indiana Health Information Exchange. Dr. Caine’s local board commitments include: IU School of Nursing Advisory Board; Indianapolis Alliance for Health Promotion; Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc.; Fairbanks Institute (Crossroads); and Indiana University Public Health Coordinating Council. Dr. Caine received her medical degree at New York Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse and obtained her Infectious Disease training at the University of Washington in Seattle.
YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE THIS YEAR!
For now, we are still processing payment manually though.
Cost: $80.00 (payable by check or purchase order on-site or US Mail)
Make checks payable to:
Indiana Urban Schools Association
Summer Urban Conference
IU School of Education at IUPUI
902 W. New York Street, ES 3134
Indianapolis, IN 46202