Post-Program Assessment

We thank you in advance for taking this assessment! Your responses will enable us to track how well we did in helping you master JBB’s objectives. We will share some of the results with the National American Association of University Women, so that they can determine how well programs they’ve funded are doing, but any information shared with them and beyond KU JBB will be anonymous. Please, answer honestly and to the best of your ability, and please do not “look up” the answers to these questions -- just answer as best you can. The assessment is divided into three parts: general information, confidence, and short answer. This should take 15-20 minutes to complete. Thank you for your time!

Please rank your confidence doing each of the following activities from 1 (not confident at all) to 5 (would do without hesitation) BEFORE your involvement with JBB:
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Introducing yourself or a project to professors or future employers: *
Mitigating group conflicts: *
Continuing with a project after failure: *
Preparing for an interview (job/graduate school/medical school): *
Writing a resume: *
Writing a curriculum vitae (CV): *
Negotiating terms of your employment: *
Starting your own organization: *
Managing a team of people: *
Presenting the results of your work: *
Discussing the gender leadership gap with others: *
Please rank your confidence doing each of the following activities from 1 (not confident at all) to 5 (would do without hesitation) AFTER participating in JBB:
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Introducing yourself or a project to professors or future employers: *
Mitigating group conflicts: *
Continuing with a project after failure: *
Preparing for an interview (job/graduate school/medical school): *
Writing a resume: *
Writing a curriculum vitae (CV): *
Negotiating terms of your employment: *
Starting your own organization: *
Managing a team of people: *
Presenting the results of your work: *
Discussing the gender leadership gap with others: *
1 is much less than the average person would, 3 is the same as an average person, 5 is much more than the average person would.
“I have quite a bit of teaching experience. As an undergraduate, I tutored several students in math and biology and served as a camp counselor for Bethel Horizons adventure camp. In graduate school, I was a teaching assistant for several courses on molecular biology and introductory biology, and lectured on meiosis and the difference between plant and animal cells. In one course, I taught and developed the curriculum for a plant physiology lab and led students to conduct novel research. These experiences gave me strategies for investing students and increasing their understanding.”
These are people you would feel comfortable reaching out to in the future (to ask questions, set up meetings, etc.). This can include other JBB participants you interacted with, organizers, graduate student/postdoc mentors, professional contacts, guests at workshops, etc.

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