- CalNeAr (formerly California)
- D.C., Maryland, & Virginia (DMV)
- Midwest North
- Minnesota, Iowa, & Dakotas
- New England
- New York & New Jersey
- Pacific Northwest (PNW)
- Puerto Rico
- Rocky Mountain (formerly CO/NM)
- Texas & Oklahoma
- Post-Event Report Form [under development]
- How to Hold a Regional Node Event
- Photo Authorization Release Form [update in progress]
- Regional Nodes Overview Trello Board
- Event Flyer Examples (contact Katie for assistance)
- Targeted Recruitment – U.S. Institution Classifications (CC/MSI/HBCU/HSI/Tribal)
What is a Regional Node Event?
Regional Node Events include Regional Node Meetings (RNMs) and Regional Node Training (RNT). Regional Node Events leverage available regional clusters of participating GEP institutions (i.e., Regional Nodes).
What is a Regional Node Meeting (RNM)?
Regional Node Meetings (RNMs) leverage available regional clusters of participating GEP institutions (i.e., Regional Nodes) to increase faculty and student engagement by allowing undergraduates to present their work to other scientists, and faculty to learn, collaborate, mentor, and develop curricula.
Unlike Regional Node New Member Trainings, RNMs are typically single day events with a smaller budget. What happens at RNMs can vary, but they focus on community building and engagement within their region. In a nutshell, it’s up to the Regional Node to decide what they most need to address (e.g., faculty only meeting to work on professional development, opportunities for students, or a recruitment event to grow the Node membership).
What is a Regional Node Training (RNT)?
Regional Node Training (RNT) and New Member Training (NMT) are the same thing. NMT is typically used with “national” level events.
RNT/NMT is designed to onboard new members by helping faculty integrate GEP curriculum materials into existing courses and engage their students in scientific research through CUREs. Training new members typically takes 15-20 hours and can occur in-person (2.5 days) or virtually (1.5 hour/10 days).
What should my Regional Node do if we want to host an event?
Submit an Event Proposal Form if your Regional Node would like to host an event.
What is my assigned Regional Node?
Find your institution on the Nodes Map and then use the key to determine your Regional Node and/or click on the icon of your institution and the Regional Node will be listed.