P12: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access to STEM Education
Stephanie Farrell, Experiential Engineering Education Department (ExEED) Professor and Founding Department Head at Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering, NJ, USA
Deborah Blaine, Associate Professor in Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering at Stellenbosch University, South Africa
David Delaine, Assistant Professor within the Department of Engineering Education at The Ohio State University’s College of Engineering and Leader of Inclusive Community-based Learning – iCBL (Inclusive Community-based Learning) Program
María Elena Gavilán Alfonso, Senior Marketing Manager for Higher Ed and Research, MathWorks
Rudi Ngnepi, Global Director, Digital Sales Enablement Platform, NI
Nichelle Grant, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Siemens Corporation
Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED
Sri Yeswanth (Yash) Tadimalla, Doctoral student at UNC Charlotte, under the Interdisciplinary track in the College of Computing and Informatics
As tenets of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility to STEM Education (IDEA) continue to be a foundation for the progression of engineering education worldwide, the World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) developed this session to identify key concepts, evidence-based approaches, and a surveying overview of IDEA within the realm of STEM education and industry opportunities. Join Dr. Renetta Tull, Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion from the University of California Davis and Adj. Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Dora Smith, Senior Director, Global Academic Program from Siemens and VP of D&I for IFEES, as they address sustainable strategies and best practices to ultimately make programs more inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible to all.
This session, supported by the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES) and the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC), will explore IDEA in the context of academia, industry, and student perspectives. With this diverse unveiling of global experiences, participants will learn how engineering can serve as a platform for social change.
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