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U102A·Quiet Room
Business CoNECD HQ Sessions
Sun. February 25, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Rosslyn II - Quiet Room, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
U102B·Registration
Hq CoNECD HQ Sessions
Sun. February 25, 2024 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
U102C·WEPAN Board Meeting
Business CoNECD HQ Sessions
Sun. February 25, 2024 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Rosslyn I - Mother's Room, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

WEPAN Board Meeting

U402A·stEm PEERS - By Invitation Only
Panel CoNECD HQ Sessions
Sun. February 25, 2024 10:00 AM to 12:45 PM
McLean - 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Engineering PLUS, a NSF Eddie Bernice Johnson INCLUDES Alliance, invites stEm PEER Academy Fellows to a Sunday morning in-person convening and; lunch to kick off CoNECD 2024! Fellows can expect to meet other Fellows and the stEm PEER Academy leadership team to engage in small and large group conversations about their efforts to increase the number of women and; BIPOC engineering graduates at their own institutions. Fellows will also be invited to contribute ideas for upcoming Academy learning community activities and for recruiting future applicants.

There are currently 28 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Rosslyn I - Mother's Room, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Diversity Leaders Workshop

Sun. February 25, 2024 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Pentagon A, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
To provide generalized insight into how to combine engineering expertise with outreach programs to provide a more robust approach to learning; (2) to better understand systemic barriers faced by under resourced and underrepresented students in becoming leaders in STEM; (3) to discuss scalable, assessment-based solutions to overcome intervention limitations.

Our team has developed the CIRCUIT program over the past 7 years to serve diverse, passionate, highly capable trailblazing students who have had limited opportunities to convert their high potential to kinetic energy. We have developed eig ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. William Roberts Gray-Roncal

    William Gray-Roncal, PhD: Electrical Engineer and CIRCUIT Program Lead, focused on program vision and unique elements required to support trailblazing students.

  2. Martha Cervantes

    Martha Cervantes: Mechanical Engineer and CIRCUIT Project Manager, focused on program implementation and scalability.

  3. Katherine-Ann Carr
    Johns Hopkins University, Laurel

    Katy-Ann Carr: Mechanical Engineer and CIRCUIT Training Staff, focused on sensor-based human performance and assessment.

  4. Mr. Jorge Rivera
    University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez

    Jorge Rivera: Mechanical Engineer and Learning researcher, focused on understanding and activating student potential.

  5. Jackie Sharp

    Jackie Sharp: Mechanical Engineer and CIRCUIT Assessment Lead. Related work has included mechanical design and analysis and innovative ways to measure performance.

  6. Aishwarya Jayabharathi

    Aishwarya Jayabharathi: Education Masters Student, focused on qualitatively and quantitatively understanding Imposter Syndrome and Self-Efficacy in diverse populations.

  7. Mr. Erik C Johnson
    University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

    Erik C. Johnson, PhD: Electrical Engineer and CIRCUIT Training Lead, focused on project-based learning and assessment.

  8. Danilo Symonette
    University of Maryland Baltimore County

    Danilo Symonette: Computer Scientist and PhD student, focused on next-generation assessment and XR methods to encourage and support students.

There are currently 13 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
McLean - 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The objective is for participants to understand how traditional grading practices undermine a student's learning and success, create inequity, and disrupt the instructor/student relationship and to learn the fundamental principles of creating a mastery-based grading system for their classes. Grading practices have an all-encompassing effect on student learning and classroom environment. In this workshop, participants will explore the destructive impact of traditional grading practices on student learning and success. From the ways in which traditional grading reinforces inequity to how it dis ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Sharona Krinsky
    California State University, Los Angeles

    Sharona and Robert are mathematics instructors and faculty development professionals who work nationally on helping instructors in all disciplines redesign their courses to utilize mastery-grading. They are currently the faculty trainers for the NSF funded CLIMB-UP grant with the College of Engineering at California State University Los Angeles. Over the past two years, they have helped Engineering faculty at Cal State LA successfully redesign sophomore level engineering classes including Statics, Strength of Materials, Dynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Embedded Systems.

    Robert Bosley is an Adju ... (continued)

  2. Mr. Robert Christopher Bosley
    California State University, Los Angeles

    Sharona and Robert are mathematics instructors and faculty development professionals who work nationally on helping instructors in all disciplines redesign their courses to utilize mastery-grading. They are currently the faculty trainers for the NSF funded CLIMB-UP grant with the College of Engineering at California State University Los Angeles. Over the past two years, they have helped Engineering faculty at Cal State LA successfully redesign sophomore level engineering classes including Statics, Strength of Materials, Dynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Embedded Systems.

    Robert Bosley is an Adju ... (continued)

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Manassas - 2nd Floor, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Design a robust and comprehensive project evaluation by engaging the five anchoring questions: What, Why, Who, How, and What again?

With more than 150 ways to approach an evaluation, the task can be extremely daunting and leave you wondering if you are collecting the best data in the most impactful way. This workshop cuts through the "evaluation noise" to help you design a robust evaluation that includes timely, purposeful, and relevant information and help to make informed decisions that support continuous improvement and inform impact. At the end of this workshop, participants will ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Gwen Lee-Thomas
    Quality Measures

    Dr. Gwen Lee-Thomas has conducted more than 120 evaluations for more than $125 million in funding for over 25 years. She has led community-based grassroots health-advocacy organizations, 2- and 4-year colleges and universities, and government organizations. Her evaluation work has been published multiple times in various publications by her clients and has even won an NPR award for minority women in STEM. Gwen has worked directly with college and university presidents, served as a reviewer for accreditation, and has evaluated projects for DOJ, DOD, NSF, DOE, and Dept. of Education. Gwen has a PhD in Education Administration and a Master's degree in curriculum and instruction.

  2. Mary J Combs

    Mary Combs earned a Bachelor's and Master's degree in occupational and technical studies, and has worked with engineering faculty for more than 10 years. After joining Quality Measures, LLC in June 2022, she has led several evaluation projects from start to finish (plan to report) and engages extensively with QM clients for projects she has been assigned.

  3. Ms. Charmagne Paat

    Charmagne Paat earned her dual Bachelor degrees in Mathematical Sciences: Operations Research as well as Psychology, minor in Statistics from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. Since joining Quality Measures LLC in 2019, she has led evaluation projects with Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) across the country. She is the Metrics Lead on a multiyear project funded by the Department of Energy and incorporating more than 70 metrics across 33 consortia representing 56 colleges and universities and 14 national laboratories.

There are currently 23 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Jackson, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Creating Inclusive Undergraduate Computing Programs with NCWIT's Tech Inclusion Journey Platform

The goal of this workshop is to equip attendees with knowledge and skills to utilize NCWIT’s Undergraduate Tech Inclusion JourneyTM online platform within their home departments to assist with creating an inclusive departmental culture for students of all intersecting backgrounds.

This workshop is designed for faculty, staff, and administrators associated with computing programs. NCWIT works with academic computing programs to facilitate their implementation of strategic, systemic diversity-ba ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Jamie Lee Huber Ward
    WEPAN, Inc.

    Jamie Huber Ward is a social scientist and project director with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research focuses on issues related to organizational change in higher education; inclusive pedagogy; curriculum reform; post-secondary student experiences; and representations of gender in media. In her role, Jamie works with the HigherEd core team to implement and analyze research projects designed to increase women’s participation in post-secondary computing programs. This includes working with faculty and staff from a var ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Christopher Lynnly Hovey

    Christopher Lynnly Hovey is a research scientist for the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and a research at the University of Colorado Boulder. Over the last 16 years, Hovey has served in multiple roles, ranging from a research assistant through project lead, for NSF- and industry-funded research and evaluation projects. These projects investigate issues and solutions for increasing the meaningful participation and improving the experiences of women and other historically underserved groups in associate’s, bachelors, and graduate programs in computing fields. In the ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Sherri L Sanders

    Sherri L. Sanders: Sherri Sanders serves as the Director of Higher Education Initiatives and BridgeUP STEM and a senior research associate with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research focuses on issues within higher education related to gender equity and inclusion; strategic recruitment and retention of underrepresented communities in computing; and sustainable and systemic organizational culture change. As director of higher education initiatives and BridgeUP STEM, Sanders leads a team of social scientists who researc ... (continued)

  4. S. Kiersten Ferguson

    S. Kiersten Ferguson is a social scientist for National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and a research associate at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her scholarly and teaching interests include diversity planning and implementation, bias response teams, campus culture, organizational change, student development theory, equity and access in higher education, and the recruitment and retention of diverse faculty and graduate students. Prior to joining NCWIT Ferguson was a clinical associate professor in the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development a ... (continued)

  5. Sarayu Sundar

    Sarayu Sundar serves as a research associate for National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research interests include examining both the experiences of women and students of color in computing and the various pathways into different types of postsecondary institutions. Prior to joining NCWIT, Sundar held a number of student affairs positions, mostly recently Associate Director of Student Experience at Rice University. She also served as a researcher on the Momentum/BRAID (Building, Recruiting, and Inclusion for Diversity) research t ... (continued)

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Mt. Vernon- 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Disability Inclusion in Academic STEM Careers

Through our project AccessADVANCE, we aim to promote an intersectional approach for increasing the participation and advancement of STEM faculty with disabilities. Attendees will learn about approaches to access, discuss issues in their institutions, and identify potential strategies to increase accessibility. Despite decades of work related to equity among STEM faculty, very little of this work has addressed faculty with disabilities. Participants in this workshop will learn about approaches to access, discuss issues related to accessibility at th ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Sheryl Elaine Burgstahler

    Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler founded and directs Accessible Technology Services—which includes the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center and the IT Accessibility Team (ITAT)—at the University of Washington. These groups (1) offer mentoring and other interventions to support the success of students with disabilities in postsecondary education and careers and (2) promote the universal design (UD) of learning opportunities; facilities; websites, media, documents and other IT; and services to ensure that they are accessible to, usable by, and inclusive of individuals w ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Brianna Blaser
    University of Washington

    Dr. Brianna Blaser seeks to increase the participation of people with disabilities in science and engineering careers through her work at the DO-IT Center at the University of Washington. She is the associate director for AccessComputing and AccessADVANCE. Her work includes direct interventions for individuals with disabilities and working with faculty, employers, and other stakeholders to create institutional change. Previously, Brianna was Project Director of Outreach for AAAS & Science Careers. Brianna earned her PhD in Women’s Studies at the University of Washington in 2008.

  3. Dr. Canan Bilen-Green
    North Dakota State University

    Dr. Canan Bilen-Green is Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and Equity, and Dale Hogoboom Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at North Dakota State University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Wyoming. She holds MS degrees from Bilkent University and University of Wyoming. She served as lead investigator and director of the National Science Foundation funded ADVANCE FORWARD Institutional Transformation program and the ADVOCATE FORWARD PLAN-D partnership project. Dr. Bilen-Green formed, led, or served on various institutional committees including Commission of the Status of Women Faculty, Women with Disabilities Task Force, and Promotion to Professor Task Force.

  4. Cali Anicha PhD
    University of North Dakota

    Dr. Cali L. Anicha, is a former public school educator, has served as a university adjunct instructor, and as an NDSU ADVANCE Research Associate. She has an MS degree in Special Education from Minnesota State University Moorhead, as well as an MS in Experimental Psychology and a PhD in Institutional Analysis from North Dakota State University. She is engaged in a range of community and education-based equity and justice efforts and has worked with the NDSU ADVANCE team since 2010.

  5. Dr. Cecilia Aragon
    University of Washington

    Dr. Cecilia Aragon is Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering and Director of the Human-Centered Data Science Lab at the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle. She earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 2004, and her B.S. in Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology. Her research focuses on human-centered data science. Aragon is a Senior Data Science Fellow at the eScience Institute at UW, Distinguished Member of the ACM, and the recipient of numerous awards, including the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineer ... (continued)

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Alexandria, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The objectives of this workshop are to: 1) have participants formulate traits of the engineer of the future; 2) identify tools and strategies for student success; 3) discuss the impact of current technologies, such as ChatGPT, on the learning process; and 4) participate in a hands-on group activity to scale potential strategies for your educational need.

How do we prepare students for jobs that do not yet exist, technologies not yet invented, and problems we are unaware of? How do current technologies, such as ChatGPT, impact the learning process? Increasing the success of students involves a ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Kristi J. Shryock
    Texas A&M University

    Kristi J. Shryock, Ph.D., is the Frank and Jean Raymond Foundation Inc. Endowed Associate Professor in Multidisciplinary Engineering and Affiliated Faculty in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. She also serves as Director of the Craig and Galen Brown Engineering Honors Program and Director of the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges Scholars Program. She received her BS, MS, and PhD from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M. She has made extensive contributions to the methodology of forming the engineer of the future through her work in creating strategies to re ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Karan Watson P.E.
    Texas A&M University

    Karan L. Watson, Ph.D., P.E., is currently Provost Emeritus and a Regents Senior Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, having joined the faculty at Texas A&M University in 1983 as an Assistant Professor. She served as the Co-Director of the Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation and is currently a distinguished fellow of this Institute. She has served in numerous administrative roles at Texas A&M University, including: provost and executive vice president, vice provost, dean of faculties and associate provost, interim VP for diversity, associate dean of Engineering ... (continued)

There are currently 14 registrants interested in attending
Sun. February 25, 2024 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Lee , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The objective of this workshop is to share insights from an ongoing project focused on understanding how to make student support more proactively responsive to undergraduate engineering students’ needs, especially for students who are marginalized by the engineering environment. This collaborative session will foster meaningful dialogue, enabling practitioners to share their insights and contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of our valuable assessment tool. The workshop will be delivered in three parts.

During Part I, participants will be introduced to an ongoing NSF CAREER pr ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Walter C. Lee
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Walter C. Lee, Ph.D. (he/him) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Education and Director for Research in the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED). He holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University, an M.S in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Virginia Tech. His career vision is to be a driving force in the national effort to diversify engineering and ensure that institutions provide students with the necessary support to succeed regardless of their background. Dr. Walter C. ... (continued)

  2. Ms. Malini Josiam
    Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education

    Malini Josiam (she/her) is a Ph.D. student and Research Assistant in Engineering Education at Virginia Tech, advised by Dr. Walter Lee. She is also pursuing an M.S. in Civil Engineering, with a focus in Sustainable Land Development at Virginia Tech. She holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (2021) from The University of Texas at Austin. Her research interests include understanding how to improve equity and culture within engineering. Malini Josiam has conducted workshops related to student support, navigation, and marginalization. She also has experience working in student support as an undergraduate.

There are currently 19 registrants interested in attending
U602·Welcome Reception sponsored by WEPAN
Social CoNECD HQ Sessions
Sun. February 25, 2024 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
National Museum of the American Indian
300 Maryland Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002
Session Description

Ticketed event: Guest Ticket Only - Reception included with full registration - $55.00
Buses will arrive at the hotel at 5:15 pm, with the first round leaving for the museum at 5:30 pm. The second round of buses will be leaving at 5:45 pm. One bus will circle back for final passengers at 6:00 pm.

Return times begin at 8:00 pm and end promptly at 9:00 pm. Therefore, please communicate that the final bus is at 8:45 pm.

There are currently 15 registrants interested in attending
M102E·Registration
Hq CoNECD HQ Sessions
Mon. February 26, 2024 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Mon. February 26, 2024 8:00 AM to 10:15 AM
Ballroom, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
M102B·Mother's Room
Business CoNECD HQ Sessions
Mon. February 26, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Rosslyn I - Mother's Room, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
M102C·Quiet Room
Business CoNECD HQ Sessions
Mon. February 26, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Rosslyn II - Quiet Room, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
M102D·Monday Morning Break
Social CoNECD HQ Sessions
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:15 AM to 10:30 AM
Skyview room, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Jackson, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Pheather R Harris and Dr. Ashleigh Wright
Papers Presented
  1. Faculty Perceptions of Key Concepts in Degree Curriculum: Identifying the Role of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice [view paper]
    April Townson (Rowan University), Dr. Cheryl A Bodnar (Rowan University), Dr. Kaitlin Mallouk (Rowan University), Dr. Stephanie Farrell (Rowan University), and Raquel Wright-Mair (Affiliation unknown)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
McLean - 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Roberta Rincon and Charles A. Watson
Papers Presented
  1. An ecological belonging intervention for equity: Impacts to date and promising directions [view paper]
    Dr. Allison Godwin (Cornell University), Dr. Linda DeAngelo (University of Pittsburgh), Eric Trevor McChesney (University of Pittsburgh), Erica McGreevy (University of Pittsburgh), Gerard Dorvè-Lewis (University of Pittsburgh), Anne-Ketura Elie (University of Pittsburgh), Kevin Jay Kaufman-Ortiz (Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)), Ms. Jacqueline Rohde (Georgia Institute of Technology), Dr. Heather Lee Perkins (Purdue University at West Lafayette (PPI)), Charlie Díaz (University of Pittsburgh), and Kevin R. Binning (Affiliation unknown)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Mt. Vernon- 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Ms. Elizabeth Helen Blume and Dr. Carmen Sidbury
Papers Presented
  1. An Ecosystem of Support Initiatives for BIPOC, Women, and Domestic Graduate Students in STEM [view paper]
    Dr. Andrew Edmunds (Clemson University) and Dr. Melissa Smith (Clemson University)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Manassas - 2nd Floor, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Tanya D Ennis and Heather Metcalf
Papers Presented
  1. Leadership and Leverage: How White Women Can Use Their Privilege and Power to Protect Black Women Leaders in Middle and Senior Management Positions [view paper]
    Dr. Ershela L. Sims (WEPAN, Inc.), Stephani Page (Affiliation unknown), Mrs. Serita W Acker (Clemson University), and Mrs. Beth Anne Johnson (WEPAN, Lamar Creative Co., Clemson University)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Alexandria, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. J. Carter Tiernan and Dr. David Jamison IV
Papers Presented
  1. Creating Pathways to Engineering through Sponsored Summer Camps [view paper]
    Dr. Racheida S Lewis (University of Georgia), Dr. Stephan A. Durham (University of Georgia), and Dr. Alison Leigh Banka (University of Georgia)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Jefferson, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Sheila Ross and Lyonel J Milton
Papers Presented
  1. Peru in State College [view paper]
    Dr. Lauren A Griggs Griggs (Pennsylvania State University ) and Prof. Julio Urbina (Pennsylvania State University)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Madison , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Susan Sajadi and Dr. Tremayne O'Brian Waller
Papers Presented
  1. Technology Students' Recognition of Algorithmic Data Bias through Role-Play Case Studies [view paper]
    Mr. Ashish Hingle (George Mason University) and Dr. Aditya Johri (George Mason University)
Mon. February 26, 2024 10:30 AM to 11:10 AM
Pentagon A, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Paige E Smith and Derek Bush
Papers Presented
  1. Logic Models: How this tool can help you make the case for your DEI programs [view paper]
    Dr. Elizabeth Litzler (University of Washington), Dr. Erin Carll (University of Washington), and Dr. Emily Knaphus-Soran (University of Washington)
Mon. February 26, 2024 11:20 AM to 12:00 PM
Alexandria, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Charles A. Watson and Dr. Rochelle L Williams
Papers Presented
  1. Tailoring DEIA Programming through Current Field Analysis: Promoting Allyship in STEM of University Graduate Students [view paper]
    Mia Leigh Renna (University of Maryland College Park) and Emily Lawson-Bulten (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Mon. February 26, 2024 11:20 AM to 12:00 PM
McLean - 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Tong Zhang and Prof. David C. Mays
Papers Presented
  1. Disaggregating data from peer-led, small group discussion workshops for engineering and computer science undergraduates: Examining ‘belonging’ and ‘mentorship’ outcomes for underrepresented student populations [view paper]
    Ryan Sauve (Cornell University), Celia Evans PhD (Cornell University), and Dr. Lisa Schneider-Bentley (Cornell University)
Mon. February 26, 2024 11:20 AM to 12:00 PM
Mt. Vernon- 2nd Floor , Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Gregory E Triplett and Derek Bush
Papers Presented
  1. Using a Collective Impact Approach to Establish a Center for Equity in Engineering Focused on Graduate Education: Lessons Learned from Phase I [view paper]
    Dr. Teirra K Holloman (Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education), Natali Huggins (), Julia Machele Brisbane (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Dr. Walter C. Lee (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Dr. Michelle D Klopfer (Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education), Dr. David B Knight (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Dr. Tremayne O'Brian Waller (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), and Dr. Jeremi S London (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)