2022 Certificates

The following certificates are available for those attending the 2022 MSS Annual Meeting. Please be sure to print down the documents prior to the meeting, as you are required to collect signatures.

 

MSS-AKD Faculty Teaching Certificate

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The MSS-AKD Teaching Certificate is a certification program organized by the MSS Teaching and Learning Committee in conjunction with AKD. The program provides a structure for you to focus your conference participation around university issues related to, or that impact, undergraduate teaching and learning in sociology (i.e. teaching and learning, race and ethnicity, gender studies). By completing the certification process you will be able to document, and will be recognized for, your participation in sessions focused on teaching and learning (e.g. pedagogy, curriculum development, classroom management, course development, and technology). In order for you to receive the MSS-AKD Teaching Certificate you need to attend the AKD workshop on teaching and learning along with 4 other sessions (verified by a signature from the session organizer at the end of each session you attend) and write a brief reflection on your learning (feel free to use the last page of this packet). There are multiple qualifying sessions in many time slots that demonstrate the importance of this theme throughout the conference.

By Saturday at 2:00 pm, before you leave the conference, you must turn in your roster and your feedback to the Committee Chair Patricia Ahmed in person or give it to a person at the registration desk. Alternately, you may scan and PDF your materials to [email protected] no later than April 31, 2022. After committee review, you will be emailed a certificate that you can include on your vitae or share with those who supported your attendance at the conference. Thank you for participating. 

 


MSS Faculty Certificate of Gender and Sexuality Studies

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The Gender and Sexuality Studies Certificate is a certification program organized by the MSS Women in the Profession committee and the LGBTQ+ Taskforce. The program provides a structure for you to focus your conference participation on issues related to, or that impact, gender and sexuality. By completing the certification process you will be able to document and will be recognized for the following outcomes:

(1) Participants will be able to analyze in their reflective statement how concepts of gender and sexuality are created, maintained, and/or challenged through embodiment, cultural representations, and/or social organization

(2) Participants will be able to analyze in their reflective statement how identities associated with gender and sexuality intersect with other identities (e.g., race, class, ability) to situate individuals within interlocking systems of power (e.g., sexism, classism, heterosexism, racism) and how these intersections shape identities, social interaction, cultural artifacts, and social structures.

(3) Participants will be able to connect and apply the concepts of gender and sexuality to their own life and academic work.

For you to receive the MSS Gender and Sexuality Studies certificate you need to attend five sessions and write a brief reflection on your learning that addresses the three learning outcomes for the certificate. There are multiple qualifying sessions in many time slots that demonstrate the importance of this theme throughout the conference.

By May 6th at 12pm you must send your materials by email to Kristi Brownfield ([email protected]). Materials that are required include the following two items:

(1)  A list of sessions attended with signatures from the session presiders.

(2)  Your one-page reflective statement that addresses the three learning outcomes for the certificate. Your statement should explicitly address how at least two of the three outcomes were demonstrated within the sessions that you attended.

After committee review, you will be emailed a certificate that you can include on your vitae or share with those who supported your attendance at the conference. Thank you for participating.