With the global Black Lives Matter movement prompting many communities to have difficult conversations that address racist ideas and policies, being able to build and maintain healthy communities in science is more important than ever. At CSCCE, our goal is to support those building scientific communities, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility are central to this.
In this month’s newsletter, we highlight some resources in service of this aim.
From core values to behaviors
Having difficult discussions requires delineating safe spaces in which to meet, something that we have been working on for some time. This month we finalized and published our core values, which were co-created with our community. These values will frame all of our programming, training, and research going forward as we work to create an inclusive, supportive, and engaging environment for learning and growing together.
In creating our core values we used a CSCCE framework, which formed the basis of a workshop we co-hosted at the Science of Team Science conference earlier this month. We also recently convened a “Getting SET to Scale” workshop for NSF INCLUDES, which focused on building diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible communities in science. Please get in touch if you are interested in offering these trainings in your organization.
In May, we published CSCCE’s core values, which were co-created with our Code of Conduct working group and participants on our May community call. In this blog post we dive a little deeper into our process, which we have made available for download in a new worksheet.
Laying Your Happiness Foundation When Starting a New Role
Transitioning to a new role can be a daunting and important stage in your community management career. In this guest blog post, CEFP2019 Fellow, Ann Meyer, shares five tips to help you thrive – and enjoy – your next career move.
Navigating the Nuances of Hiring a Community Team Member
If you’re recruiting for a new member of your community team, how do you identify potential candidates, create a successful interview process and then support the on-boarding of your new team member? CEFP2019 Fellow, Liz Guzy, walks us through the steps.
May’s Community Call Recap and Announcing the CSCCE Core Values
On May’s community call we discussed and refined a set of core values prepared by the CSSCE Code of Conduct Working Group. Through breakout sessions and open discussion, members of the community considered the values and how they translate into personal and collective behaviors.
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