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“Neither the NAE nor any other organization can solve all the societal problems associated with racism, prejudice, and discrimination, but it is our responsibility to do our best in recommending solutions based on scientific evidence and engineering methods,” said Dr. Anderson.
“Current events underscore how critical it is for us to redouble our efforts to include the perspectives of everyone as we build the future world that we want, one in which we are all valued equally. Engineers serve society, and to be effective engineers must be aware of societal problems in all dimensions.”
The committee is tasked with:
The committee will meet three times per year and provide recommendations to the NAE president that will be presented to the NAE Council.
PostedJuly 7, 2021
The goal of this NAE workshop is to provide actionable insights to the engineering education community about existing and potential new approaches for increasing coordination and communication among the various levels of the engineering education system to boost the number of minority engineering undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students and faculty in US colleges and universities.
PostedApril 26, 2021
PostedOctober 16, 2020
John Brooks Slaughter Delivers Special Lecture on Racial Justice and Equity at 56th NAE Annual Meeting.