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Grant Writing With An EDI Perspective - Shared screen with speaker view
Talia Emanuel
36:55
will the recording be available afterwards?
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
37:04
yes
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
38:33
CSMB Twitter - https://twitter.com/csmb_scbm?lang=en
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
45:46
FACETS article - https://www.facetsjournal.com/doi/10.1139/facets-2020-0017
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
57:56
Reminder if you have questions for Dr. Coe you can ask them via the Chat feature.
Antimo Graziano
58:48
will we be able to access these slides at the end of this webinar?
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
59:26
Yes - a recording will be sent out post event.
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
01:09:19
Whisper network - reverse background check
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
01:15:51
Science is better with sex and gender - CIHR Strategic Plan 2018-2023 | https://cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/51310.html
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
01:18:36
Gendered Innovations in Science | https://genderedinnovations.stanford.edu/
Perry Howard
01:20:30
Thanks Imogen!
Andreia Moretzsohn
01:20:48
Great talk!
Chelsea Pike
01:21:13
Thank you, Dr. Coe!
Mohamed Ahmed
01:21:23
Thanks Dr. Coe. Great talk about the topic
Mojgan Rastegar
01:21:49
Thank you Imogen, great talk!
faisal mahmood
01:21:54
that is mind shaping or rewiring talk
faisal mahmood
01:22:26
was aware to some extent, but never considered this way
Sila Appak Baskoy
01:25:24
Great talk, thank you Imogen! I have a question, since the EDI statement required for academic job applications is a limited one page statement, would you recommend to emphasize EDI perspectives also in research and teaching statements?
Ketan Marballi (he, him)
01:26:53
What advice would you have for graduate students, particularly international students to incorporate EDI training in their professional training?
Yasmine Megahed
01:30:40
How would we engage off-engineering inclusive experiences in our applications? (i.e., volunteering at long-term care homes while applying for an engineering-related position).
Sylvie Antoun
01:34:19
I have a question
Rioux Mélanie
01:38:07
I wonder if there might be a disconnect between writing and shaping a strong EDI statement and practices in a grant application versus the reality in labs/research – ie. Having PIs write EDI statements to ‘’check boxes’’ on grant applications, but then returning to old non-inclusive practices because they are difficult to implement, it’s what they are used to, etc. How can we help move the needle to a veritable culture change to go beyond job and grant applications?
Maria Aristizabal
01:38:41
great question!
Yasmine Megahed
01:39:20
If my research focuses on urban land-use classification, does it look exclusive since it does not address rural or non-urban morphologies? If yes, how can I fill this gap?
Yasmine Megahed
01:45:20
Yup
Yasmine Megahed
01:45:24
aha - got it
Yasmine Megahed
01:45:26
thanks
Mohammad H. Salaheldin
01:50:54
What if my research doesn't really include a part of the EDI perspectives. How can this gab be filled? Will I be less eligible for positions in organizations focusing on EDI concept?
Mohammad H. Salaheldin
01:52:01
The environment itself
Mohammad H. Salaheldin
01:52:44
Thanks
Ondrej Halgas
01:54:57
Going beyond EDI considerations I think this pandemic exposed systemic issues in science among supposedly highly educated people - dogmatism, cherry-picking of evidence, dishonest reporting, inappropriate extrapolations... Seems like scientists themselves have often trouble thinking logically. I know this is bit off-topic but makes me bit disillusioned. What do you think can be done about this?
Rioux Mélanie
01:56:38
We have seen that EDI considerations are part of new job applications - in your experience is this also becoming part of promotion evaluations?
Seth Dworkin
02:00:08
Can you discuss some of the tenure processes that you mentioned that are counter to EDI&A? I’m wondering if showing knowledge of these issues, reflectively, in grant applications, could be beneficial.
Seth Dworkin
02:06:35
Yes. Thank you.
Chris Nelson
02:12:05
Thank you Imogen for your hard work and your leadership on these important issues.
Seth Dworkin
02:14:10
There are a number of books with a similar name, was it “The Myth of Meritocracy” by James Bloodworth?
Ketan Marballi (he, him)
02:14:19
Would it count against someone if they mentioned an experience where they learned from a mistake, say while dealing with a trainee? I think many worry that they have to come across as perfect on their application package.
Rioux Mélanie
02:17:50
How important is it to reference data regarding institutional challenges/barriers? For example to segue from the previous question, what if you have experience with an institutional barrier that you are trying to fight, but don't necessarily have data to back up that challenge?
Rioux Mélanie
02:22:22
Thank you!
Maurice (he/him) | Careers & Co-op
02:24:28
Braiding Sweetgrass - Robin Wall Kimmerer
Georgina Macintyre
02:27:02
Thank you. Excellent content and frank discussion!
Shweta Lad
02:27:35
I agree
Mary Thomson
02:27:44
HI Imogen
Mary Thomson
02:28:10
Outstanding as always. Thanks
Zoya Hussain
02:28:38
Thank you so much for this webinar! It was so eye opening and important. Thank you