Training, program development, project evaluation, proposal development, and strategic planning towards the goal of ubiquitous inclusion.
Learn more about the Association for Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) and their Virtual Appetizer event on July 13-14, 2021. Connect with Joel on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Also, check out Environmental Conversations, the podcast Dr. Ducoste co-hosts with Dr. Liliia Abron!
Learn more about the 50K Coalition and their lead organizations - AISES, NSBE, SHPE, and SWE.
Be sure to check out Dr. Jackson's books: "The Madness Within: The Journey of a Future Doctor" (as Terri L. Whitley) and "Chocolate Covered Nut: The Journey Continues."
You can connect with her on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.
Connect with Mike and Engineering Change Lab USA on LinkedIn and Facebook. Read the full report from Session 3 of Summit 9 - Justice, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion on ECL-USA's website.
Visit BlackinEngineering.org to download and support the Call to Action and resources for anti-racism.
Connect with Dr. Berry and follow Black in Engineering on Twitter. Learn more about her teaching and research in robotics on her personal webpage.
Connect with Dr. Bowden to learn more about her work in the area of biomedical optics on her research website.
Connect with Dr. Bowie on Twitter and LinkedIn. Learn more about his work in energy and microsystems innovation on his research website.
Connect with Ann Gulley and The Logan Project on Facebook or visit The Logan Project's website to learn more about Process Driven Math.
Check out Logan Prickett's blog to learn more about him - in his own words. And yes, that's a picture of Logan skydiving on the home page (you should see him hunt)! It's great place to grab a bit of knowledge on wheelchair access, assistive technology, and ABILITY.
Visit CAST's website to learn more about Universal Design for Learning.
Connect with Dr. Donna Riley on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Purchase Dr. Riley's books:
Connect with Dr. James Holly, Jr. on Twitter and LinkedIn. Keep up with his research and community engagement activities on his faculty profile page.
Connect with Chanel Beebe on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Subscribe to Bitten Magazine and learn more about Chanel's work in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) on ChanelBeebe.com.
Read more about signs, symptoms, and diseases in my October 2020 LinkedIn article.
Visit BlackInEngineering.org and download their "Call to Action," which is a playbook for becoming an anti-racist university.
Learn more about the Equity Scorecard.
Read more about connections among ABET criteria and diversity, equity, and inclusion in my PE Magazine article.
Visit websites of faculty I referenced in the episode to get great examples of applications of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in teaching and research:
Purchase Dr. Cox's books Demystifying the Engineering Ph.D. and Excellence: Why Being Average is Never an Option.
Follow Dr. Monica Cox on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Learn more about Dr. Cox's coaching and consulting.
In the opening, I mentioned Dr. Fred Higgs' (Rice University) video, Why in the World Should I get a Ph.D. in Engineering? Be sure to check it out!
Learn about ABET accreditation, find an accredited program, and learn how to become a Program Evaluator.
Learn more about Dr. Cox's coaching and consulting, download resources on advising and mentoring graduate students, and retaining faculty.
Use these evidence-based strategies to inform policies and practices for overcoming anti-Black racism at your institution.
Check out Dr. Reid's website for more ideas on how to put attitudes, behaviors, and connections to work for you!
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