Activities, Projects & Initiatives

The National Academy of Engineering is tasked with identifying and illuminating issues at the intersections of engineering, technology, and society that impact our quality of life. Studies, symposia, and public information activities are carried out both independently by the NAE Program Office and jointly with other units of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

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  • Project 11
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  • Competitiveness 8
  • Diversity 11
  • Education 51
  • Energy 7
  • Environment 10
  • Ethics 16
  • Healthcare 7
  • Honoring Engineers 11
  • Media and Journalism 4
  • Understanding Engineering 16
Project Status
  • In Progress 3
  • Completed 8
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Featured Projects
  • In Progress
    EngineerGirl is the NAE's primary outreach program to support girls and help them understand the opportunities available to them in engineering.

    Latest UpdateOctober 26, 2020

  • In Progress
    All students should have the opportunity to study engineering, but despite long-standing calls to increase the numbers of women, African-Americans, American Indians/Alaska Natives, Hispanics of any race, students from low-income families, and other underrepresented groups in undergraduate ...

    Latest UpdateOctober 12, 2020

  • In Progress
    Series of global summits for leading scientists and engineers, educators, policy leaders, students, and the public to address grand challenges.

    Latest UpdateApril 23, 2019

  • Completed
    Engineer Your Life Coalition Develops National Campaign to Reposition Engineering as a Creative, Exciting and Rewarding Field for Women

    Latest UpdateApril 1, 2019

  • Completed
    The National Academy of Engineering’s Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education (CASEE) hosted an National Science Foundation sponsored (via a supplement to HRD-0533520) 3-day Colloquy on Minority Males in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics from August ...

    Latest UpdateMarch 1, 2016

  • Completed
    Through this NSF-supported (HRD-0411994) project, HBCU deans identified annually 3-person teams that included at least 2 engineering faculty and up to 1 faculty member from a social science or education discipline. Each team participated in a one-year cycle of activities in 2004, 2005, or 2006. ...

    Latest UpdateJanuary 5, 2016

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