NSF Awards: 1649092

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)


This video provides an overview of the work happening in Southern California to explore a collective impact model across 4-year colleges, universities, and community colleges to enhance the development of future faculty interested in the career pathway to a 2-year college. UCLA is part of the CIRTL INCLUDES pilot, which aims to improve outcomes for the significant percentage of underrepresented groups who start their STEM experience at a 2-year college. Additional collaboratives in Iowa and Texas are also working to learn about the potential impact of this initiative within their own regions through the CIRTL INCLUDES pilot. Together we will assess challenges and opportunities unique to regional needs as well as those that should be considered for any national programming. 

The first step is gathering information from the faculty and instructors in community colleges in the Southern California region on their career pathway experiences and potential opportunities to enhance faculty development initiatives. We will also explore how to best collaborate in a collective impact framework, and what types of specific training approaches would most benefit future faculty interested in this career pathway. 

This video will share an overview of what we have been working on in Southern California, lessons learned, and possible applications for the future.

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