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Mory Gharib (Cal Tech), Jack Hu (University of Michigan), Clayton Radke (UC Berkeley), Vigor Yang (Georgia Tech), and Ajit Yoganathan (Georgia Tech) were elected to the honorific society.
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#ASEEYoADiversity These institutions have model programs for student retention, many focused on minorities and women.
ASEE's newsletter aimed at undergrads has stories on "tweeting gloves" and a "snuggle chair" for autistic children.
#ASEEYoADiversity Three-minute video - Pat Campbell: Getting high-achieving, low-income students into competitive colleges (it's easier than you think)
Simon Pitts of Northeastern was honored by the National Academy of Engineering "for developing an innovative method to provide graduate engineers with the necessary personal skills to become effective engineering leaders.”
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President Obama congratulates the ASEE’s EDC on improving retention and graduation rates of engineering students. Read more.
ASEE is proud to honor members of color during Black History Month. Gary S. May is the dean of the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He previously served as the Steve W. Chaddick School Chair of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the executive assistant to Georgia Tech President G. Wayne Clough. He was a National Science Foundation “National Young Investigator” (1993-98) and was Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (1997-2001). He has authored over 200 articles and technical presentations in the area of IC computer-aided manufacturing. Dr. May is the founder of Georgia Tech's Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering/Science (SURE) program, a summer research program designed to attract talented minority students into graduate school. He has been an ASEE member since 1995.