Tue. June 26, 2018 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Room 151 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
These papers explore students' understanding of engineering cultures. They consider student views of diversity, equity, and inclusion from personal and climate perspectives.
For those interested in:
Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology
Dr. Fethiye Ozis P.E.
A Failed Attempt to Develop a Measure of Engineering Students’ Subjective Task-value for Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering
Ms. Ashley R. Taylor (Virginia Tech), Dr. Walter C. Lee (Virginia Tech), Dr. Benjamin David Lutz (Oregon State University), Dr. Holly M. Matusovich (Virginia Tech), and Cynthia Hampton (Virginia Tech)
How Granular is the Problem? A Discipline-specific Focus Group Study of Factors Affecting Underrepresentation in Engineering Undergraduate Programs
Dr. Amy Trauth (University of Delaware), Dr. Tia Navelene Barnes (University of Delaware), Prof. Jenni Buckley (University of Delaware), Prof. Joshua A. Enszer (University of Delaware), Dr. Sarah Ilkhanipour Rooney (University of Delaware), Dr. Rachel Davidson (University of Delaware), and Xiaoxue 'Vera' Zhang (University of Delaware)
Investigating Student Perceptions of an Engineering Department’s Climate: The Role of Peer Relations
Dr. Susannah C. Davis (Oregon State University), Naeun Cheon (University of Washington), Ms. Elba Camila Moise (University of Washington), and Dr. Susan Bobbitt Nolen (University of Washington)
Preliminary Findings of a Phenomenological Study of Middle Eastern Women’s Experiences Studying Engineering in Ireland
Prof. Shannon Massie Chance (University College London & Dublin Institute of Technology) and Dr. Bill Williams (Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal)