Presenting at the World Engineering Education Forum in Florence, Italy brought out several issues regarding engineering perspectives on diversity and social justice. Our discussions on gender diversity in engineering featured women in the academy with ties to Australia, Switzerland, Italy, South Korea, Latin America, and the U.S. The […]
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Renetta Tull, associate vice provost for graduate student development and postdoctoral affairs, is one of ten impressive candidates shortlisted for this year’s GEDC Airbus Diversity Award. The GEDC Airbus Diversity Award honors people and projects worldwide that “have encouraged students of all profiles and…
Prepping in Paris en route to Italy’s Global Diversity in Engineering & Gender Diversity in Engineering sessions. #ThinkBigDiversity
This week, I have the honor of joining my colleagues to co-lead two sessions on diversity in engineering at the 2015 World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF), share in the presentation of a co-authored paper on global diversity in engineering, and chair a session on cultural diversity. Given the […]
Excited to be among the 10 global candidates on the shortlist for the GEDC Airbus Diversity Award! Thank you for your support!
Thank you to the many students, peers, colleagues and supporters for the work that you have allowed me to do! It is an honor to have been officially named as one of the 10 global candidates on the shortlist for the 2015 Global Engineering Deans Council Airbus Diversity […]