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2nd Katharine E. Welsh Symposium

January 22, 2020, Anna Baetjer Room (W1030)
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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2nd Welsh Symposium on Graduate Science Education

8:00 am

Check in, light breakfast and networking

8:30 am

Welcoming remarks and introduction

  • Nancy Kass, ScD, Professor, Vice Provost for Graduate and Professional Education
  • Mike Klag, MD, Dean Emeritus, Century Distinguished Professor
  • Arturo Casadevall, MD, PhD, Chair, Molecular Microbiology & Immunology, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

8:45 am

SESSION 1: Moderator: Gundula Bosch, PhD, MEd, Senior Scientist, Director, JHSPH R3 Center for Innovation in Science Education

Training a Generation of Open Team Scientists:  Rigor and Reproducibility Across the Disciplines 

  • Shoumita Dasgupta, PhD, Boston University
  • Marvin Nieman, PhD, Case Western Reserve University
  • Julia Kent, PhD, Council of Graduate Schools

11:00 am

Break with refreshments

11:15 am

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 1: What does it mean to be a practitioner in today’s open science world? How can we best identify, teach and evaluate the necessary skills?

12:00 pm

SYNOPSIS 1: Summary of contributions and plenary discussion

12:15 pm

LUNCH with opportunities to network with speakers and panelists:
Innovations and Challenges in Open Science Education 

1:15 pm

SESSION 2: Moderator Nina Martin, PhD, Senior Scientist

Living Social Responsibility through Translation of Open Science Values

  • April Clyburne-Sherin, PhD, and Aparna Shah, PhD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  • Joey Barnett, PhD, Vanderbilt University
  • Lorraine Dean, ScD & Keilah Jacques, MSW, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

3:30 pm

Break with refreshments

3:45 pm

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 2: Taking rigor in graduate education to the next level: How do we evaluate the outcomes of mentoring, accessibility and community engagement approaches?

4:30 pm

SYNOPSIS 2: Summary of contributions and plenary discussion

4:45 pm

Closing remarks: Gundula Bosch

5:00 pm

Reception

2nd Katharine E. Welsh Symposium

 


 

The Inaugural Katharine E. Welsh Symposium

Celebrating the R3 Center for Innovation in Science Education (R3ISE),  April 23, 2018

  

Innovation in science begins with education. The R3 Graduate Science Initiative forms a focal point for innovation in scientific training at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
At the core of the new R3ISE Center for Innovation in Science Education, R3 stands for Rigor, Responsibility and Reproducibility in scientific practice.

View the Agenda for the Inaugural Katharine E. Welsh Symposium, held on Monday, April 23, 2018



Katharine Welsh
Katharine E. Welsh


The Center was made possible through a very generous donation by the Katharine E. Welsh Foundation and supports several core missions: 

  • It is home to the JHSPH’s R3 Graduate Science Initiative.
  • It provides scholarships for R3 graduate students, the Katharine E. Welsh Scholars.  
  • It will host the Katharine E. Welsh distinguished lecture series.
  • And it will be a hub for dialogue, collaboration and educational research across the disciplines. 
The 3 Rs

The R3 Initiative is designed to put the "Ph" back into the PhD of doctoral science education: Its mission is to provide graduate students with critical thinking and creative problem solving skills, and enhances students' capacities to communicate, view science in a broader context and through the lens of social responsibility.

In the early 20th century, Johns Hopkins provided the academic model that led to modern medicine. Now in the early 21st century, the R3 Center for Innovation in Science Education (R3ISE) will position the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, to catalyze the improvement of graduate scientific education and influence the training of scientists for generations to come.