Penn GSE Calendar

October 2018

October 2018

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October 2018

Oct 1
1538402400
10:00am
3700 Walnut St, Room 124
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Permeable Socialization Flow: A Situated Approach • 3700 Walnut St • Room 124 • October 1 • 10:00AM
Oct 1
1538424000
4:00pm
Solomon Building, 3720 Walnut St, Room B-50
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Fit for Success: Exploring Fit Concepts in HBCU President Selection • Solomon Building • 3720 Walnut St • Room B-50 • October 1 • 04:00PM
Oct 2
1538496000
11:00am to 12:00pm
Online - Virtual Webinar
  • Online
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Staff
  • Alumni
  • Social/Networking
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
Join Penn Alumni for an exciting spin around the world in our Virtual Globetrotter Series featuring the Himalayan Kingdoms. Each online session offers insider information about specific destinations presented by an expert Penn faculty member. Bring your questions: these events are live and interactive, and we're here to answer your travel questions.
Oct 2
1538523000
7:30pm
3700 Walnut St., Room 203
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Students
  • Social/Networking
  • All
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
  • Community Programming
GSE and OutEd invite all LGBTQ+ students to a night of board games and donuts on October 2nd, 2018 at 7:30PM at GSE (3700 Walnut St.) Room 203! Join us and discover new games, or reminisce in childhood board games!
Oct 3
1538580600
11:30am
3700 Walnut St, Room 300
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Exploring Profiles of Identity and Accumulated Adversity in the Health Risk Ideologies and Behaviors of Urban Heterosexual Black Emerging Adult Men • 3700 Walnut St • Room 300 • October 3 • 11:30AM
Oct 4
1538694000
7:00pm
La Casa Latina, in the basement floor of the Arch (3601 Locust Walk)
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Social/Networking
  • All
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
  • Community Programming
La Casa Latina invites Latinx GSE students to attend a dinner and social in their space on the basement floor of the Arch (3601 Locust Walk) on Oct. 4th from 7-8:30PM. Join us for Mexican food, good conversation, and community!
Oct 5
1538769600
2:00pm to 4:00pm
Private Event. TESOL students should contact speyton@upenn.edu for location details.
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Students
  • Social/Networking
The TESOL program will hold a mandatory information session for all 1st-year TESOL students from 2-3pm. The program presentation will be followed by casual, faculty-led round table discussions over light refreshments. The round table Q&A is open to 1st and 2nd-year TESOL students.
Oct 5
1538773200
5:00pm
3180 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia PA 19104
  • Off Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Social/Networking
  • Community Programming
Come out to Wahoos, located on 3180 Chestnut and enjoy food and drinks on us, while meeting faculty/staff and students. Please RSVP!
Oct 6
1538861400
8:30am to 5:30pm
Houston Hall
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Alumni
  • Community
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
GSE’s Philadelphia Writing Project (PhilWP) is teaming up with the Teachers Institute of Philadelphia (TIP) to present the Celebration of Writing and Literacy 8am-5:30pm on Saturday, October 6 in Houston Hall. Teachers and scholars from around the area will participate in the convening, which will highlight teacher research, curriculum writing and innovative professional practices in education. Yale Law professor, defense attorney and Pulitzer Prize-winning author James Forman, Jr. will lead the keynote session, which will be on his book Locking up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America.
Oct 8
1539030600
10:00am to 4:30pm
Catalyst @ Penn GSE 3440 Market Street, Suite 500 Philadelphia, PA 19104
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Professional/Career Development
  • Alumni
  • Social/Networking
  • Workshop/Training
  • All
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
Join Catalyst @ Penn GSE for Spark Education Innovation Day, one in a series of bootcamps designed to take education entrepreneurs from initial idea through to early stage startup.
Oct 9
1539122400
6:00pm
Stiteler (208 South 37th Street) Room B10 Silverstein Forum
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Social/Networking
  • Workshop/Training
  • All
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
  • Community Programming
GSE and the LGBT Center present: Introduction to Trans Issues. In this workshop, we will go over basic terminology surrounding trans issues, as well as covering a variety of issues that trans people face in day to day life. Finally, the workshop will give pointers and starting points for cis folks to be an ally to trans folks. The workshop will be held on Oct. 9th from 6-8PM in room B10 (Silverstein Forum) at Stiteler (208 South 37th Street). Dinner will be served.
Oct 11
1539275400
12:30pm
3700 Walnut St, Room 008
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Teaching About Race: An Exploration of Racial Knowledge for Teaching • 3700 Walnut St • Room 008 • October 11 • 12:30PM
Oct 11
1539381600
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Perry World House, 3803 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Professional/Career Development
  • Staff
  • Alumni
  • Community
  • Workshop/Training
  • All
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
A summit of roundtable discussions sponsored by the Penn Provost in coordination with the Online Learning Initiative (OLI) and the University of the Future Network (UFN). Co-sponsored by Penn Graduate School of Education, School of Arts & Sciences, and Perry World House.
Oct 12
1539374400
4:00pm
Stiteler Hall (208 South 37th Street), room B30
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Students
  • Workshop/Training
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
Join GSE for a workshop centering the international student experiences of navigating race, culture, and identity in the United States. We explore global perspectives on identity and social justice by expanding the conversation outside the borders of the United States.
Oct 15
1539613800
10:30am
3700 Walnut St, Room 203
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
Dr. Yumi Matsumoto, Assistant Professor of Education in the Educational Linguistics Division, will present a colloquium titled: "The Power of a Multimodal Approach to English as a Lingua Franca Interactional Analysis."
Oct 15
1539622800
1:00pm
3700 Walnut St, Room 114
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Study of Work-Related Subjective Well-Being at a Professional Service Firm • 3700 Walnut St • Room 114 • October 15 • 01:00PM
Oct 16
1539709200
12:00pm to 1:00pm
3700 Walnut St, Room 203
  • On Campus
  • Alumni
  • All
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
For this talk Dr. Jalil Mustaffa Bishop will present on his latest research project which highlights how schools and colleges create precarity in Black communities. His findings show how (under)development in Black neighborhoods and (un)equal opportunity in schools and colleges are interlocked.
Oct 18
1539867600
9:00am
3700 Walnut St, Room 322
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
When Biology Learning Paradigms Shift: Research on Middle School Student Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Synthetic Biology • 3700 Walnut St • Room 322 • October 18 • 09:00AM
Oct 18
1539874800
11:00am
3700 Walnut St, Room 300
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Education for Sustainable Development: Business School Preparation of Student Social Entrepreneurs • 3700 Walnut St • Room 300 • October 18 • 11:00AM
Oct 18
1539920700
11:45pm
  • Online
  • All
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
It is our pleasure to present the Call for Proposals for the 40th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum. This year's theme is The Future of Ethnography and Education: Methodologies, Equity, and Ethics. In 2019, the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and the Center for Urban Ethnography will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Forum, one of the most longstanding and renowned scholarly venues for this intellectual tradition. The Forum has from the beginning excelled in nurturing ethnographic research and researchers in schools. The Forum is known for its friendly and supportive atmosphere for fledgling researchers and for the spirit of relaxed and open dialogue embracing newcomers and old-timers alike. We welcome submissions on our theme as well as on other education-related topics.
Oct 19
1539964800
12:00pm
Private event. ICC students should contact speyton@upenn.edu for location details.
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Students
  • Workshop/Training
At this workshop, 1st-year ICC students will learn more about the process of locating, applying to, and securing their internship. There will also be an opportunity for 1st and 2nd-year ICC students to meet and discuss the 2nd-year students' internship experiences
Oct 19
1540155600
6:00pm to 5:00pm
Contact tesolwkp@gse.upenn.edu for location details.
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • All
The TESOL Workshop provides participants with essential, introductory skills needed to teach or tutor English as an additional language either in the US or in international settings. Topics include: Teaching sounds and structures of English TESOL teaching methods and approaches Principles of Second Language Acquisition Developing materials for ESL/ EFL Planning lessons and classroom management Language assessment Technology in language teaching Employment in the TESOL profession Current topics in Educational Linguistics Each workshop is limited to sixteen participants. Registration for the October workshop will be accepted until Friday, October 12th at 5:00pm or until capacity is reached, after which applicants will be wait-listed.
Oct 22
1540216800
10:00am
3700 Walnut St, Room 400
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Cultivating Effective Leadership Teams in Independent K-Through-12 IB World Schools • 3700 Walnut St • Room 400 • October 22 • 10:00AM
Oct 25
1540486800
1:00pm
3718 Locust Walk, McNeil Building, Room 582
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Dissertation Defense
Covered Potential A Study of The Perceived Impact of Workplace Covering on High Performers • McNeil Building • 3718 Locust Walk • Room 582 • October 25 • 01:00PM
Oct 25
1540504800
6:00pm
GSE 3700 Walnut St., room 203
  • On Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Students
  • Social/Networking
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
Join other GSE students to share dinner, conversation and friendship on Oct. 25th at 6PM in GSE! This is a great chance to practice English speaking skills and get to know other students.
Oct 26
1540582200
3:30pm
3700 Walnut St, Room 203
  • On Campus
  • Staff
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
Please join us for a video screening and discussion about, "The Racial Wealth Gap." Dr. Alex Posecznick with facilitate the discussion. Refreshments will be provided. All GSE Staff are invited to participate. Sponsored by HEARD, the Hub for Equity, Anti-oppression, Research and Development.
Oct 26
1540598400
8:00pm
EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY 2027 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19130 US
  • Off Campus
  • Student Programming
  • Students
  • Social/Networking
America's largest haunted house, Terror Behind the Walls takes place inside the massive, castle-like walls of Eastern State Penitentiary. Please RSVP
Oct 29
1540828800
10:30am to 12:00pm
3700 Walnut St, Room 203
  • On Campus
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
Dr. Sharon Wolf, Assistant Professor of Education in the Human Development and Quantitative Methods Division, will present a colloquium titled: "Developmental Science in Action: Transforming Early Childhood Education in Ghana through Research-Practice Partnerships."
Oct 29
1540848600
5:30pm
Penn LGBT Center, 3907 Spruce St.
  • On Campus
  • Workshop/Training
  • All
  • Lecture/Panel/Presentation
  • Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice
The Trans Literacy Project is a series of pedagogy seminars that encourages building classrooms and communities that support trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary, intersex, genderqueer, and gender fluid folks. The first seminar is on Oct. 29th at the LGBT Center, and is entitled "Teaching Feminist, Queer, and Trans Theory," featuring Heath Fogg Davis (Temple), Melissa Sanchez (Penn), and Jessa Lingel (Penn).

October 2018