MACH Conference

Making Academic Change Happen

Impacting Your Classrooms, Colleagues, and Campus

An active workshop for educators presented by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

For faculty, staff, administrators, and graduate students: come with challenges, projects, and ideas; leave with skills, strategies, and connections.

Make Positive Change on Your Campus. This participant-centered, active workshop is designed to help you implement your educational innovations. You will leave empowered to make a difference on your campus!

Faculty, staff, administrators, and graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend in teams of two to four people. Individuals may also apply.

As part of the application process, participants will be asked to identify one or two projects they would like to implement in their classrooms and/or on their campuses. These projects will be your focus for the workshop. 


This PDF contains the Women in Engineering Programs and Advocates Network (WEPAN) conference interactive workshop materials.


Keynote Speaker

Connolly _Mark   

Mark Connolly, PhD

Associate Scientist, Wisconsin Center for Education Research
University of Wisconsin-Madison


"Highly valuable. Intense. Expanding. A great workshop that pushed me to think in new ways about the project I brought to MACH. I also see strong applications to the other projects I am doing and to my broader work-life."

-2015 MACH Attendee


"I thought it was a great workshop and the facilitators were awesome. I had attended a "change workshop" before and while the topics were similar to this one, I thought the execution here was close to perfection. The facilitators were helpful but not overbearing and allowed us all to work on our projects. I feel like I am leaving with many valuable tools that will help my institution. Thank you!"

-2015 MACH Attendee

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  • Knowing Yourself
  • Cultivating Colleague Community
  • Making Campus Change

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Workshop Facilitators

Workshop participants will be welcomed and supported by Rose-Hulman faculty, staff, and administrators sharing a student-centered culture of respect and collaboration.



National Science Foundation 2014 grant recipient.