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Jacobs School of Engineering Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010 PowerPoint Presentation
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Jacobs School of Engineering Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010

Jacobs School of Engineering Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010

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Jacobs School of Engineering Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010

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  1. Jacobs School of Engineering Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010

  2. Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010 AGENDA • Status Update (F. Seible) • Introduction of Betsy Bosak (F. Seible) • Reports from the Working Groups (Group Chairs/Leads – or designates) • Website (J. Ferrante) • Faculty Recruitment (J. Ferrante) • Center for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Advancement (IDEA) (L. French) • Student Recruitment and Retention (L. Larson) • Development in Support of Diversity (L. French) • Outreach to Establish a K-14 Pipeline (T. Mayes) • Summer Program Activities for Incoming Students (T. Mayes) • Industry Collaborations on Diversity and Inclusion (A. O’Donnell) • Strategy Planning (B. Bosak) • Prioritization of Action Items and Next Steps (All) • Next DAC Meeting

  3. Faculty Recruitment School wide Faculty Position: Assistant Professor Level: 73 Applicants Associate/Full Professor Level: 19 Applicants

  4. Diversity Recruitment – Jacobs School Opened 8/12/10; Closes 11/15/10 • Assistant Professor – 73 applicants* • Associate or Full Professor – 19 applicants* *as of 10/07/10

  5. Bi-National Mega-Region (San Diego-Imperial, Baja California, Mexico) Renewable Energy Potential 6,550 megawatts 3,495 megawatts 2,000 megawatts Image Courtesy San Diego Economic Development Corporation

  6. UCSD-UABC Collaboration: Catalyze Economic Growth in the Mega Region through Education and Innovation Acceleration vLC@ Jacobs School of Engineering UABC vLC@ UABC Silicon Border CETYS, ITT CETYS UABC CETYS, CICESE

  7. Betsy Bosak, Ed.D. Betsy joined TRW after completing her doctorate in Educational Psychology at UCLA and serving on the faculty there. While at UCLA she was the principal investigator on a number of federally funded research studies where her nationally recognized work focused on racial attitudes, work-family balance, women in non-traditional careers and sex role stereotyping. She has over 20 publications based on her work. During her 26 years at TRW and Northrop Grumman she held a number of increasingly responsible human resource line and staff roles. Prior to retiring she was the Director of Diversity, EEO and Employee Relations for Northrop Grumman Space Technology (NGST), a 9500-person organization with locations at 7 sites throughout the country. In that role she was responsible for designing proactive diversity initiatives to meet the needs of the business, plus leading NGST’s diversity recruiting efforts and national awards process. Currently she is partner with Spectrum Knowledge where she applies her extensive research and human resources background to help address critical issues facing both the private and public sector.

  8. Diversity Advisory Council Meeting October 8, 2010 AGENDA • Status Update (F. Seible) • Introduction of Betsy Bosak (F. Seible) • Reports from the Working Groups (Group Chairs/Leads – or designates) • Website (J. Ferrante) • Faculty Recruitment (J. Ferrante) • Center for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Advancement (IDEA) (L. French) • Student Recruitment and Retention (L. Larson) • Development in Support of Diversity (L. French) • Outreach to Establish a K-14 Pipeline (T. Mayes) • Summer Program Activities for Incoming Students (T. Mayes) • Industry Collaborations on Diversity and Inclusion (A. O’Donnell) • Strategy Planning (B. Bosak) • Prioritization of Action Items and Next Steps (All) • Next DAC Meeting