Strategies for increasing diversity in engineering majors and careers / [edited by] Monica Gray, Ken D. Thomas
- Improving minority student persistence: an institutional factors approach -- Minority recruitment and retention among gifted students -- Engineering study abroad: high impact strategy for increasing access -- Empowering women in STEM: embedding STEM in K-12 education -- Developing a learning community of engineers through an honors first-year seminar -- Engineering teams: supporting diversity in engineering education -- Addressing cultural and gender project bias: engaged learning for diverse student cohorts -- Revisioning the engineering profession: how to make it happen! -- A globally focused, experiential educational system for STEM fields: measures for intentionally promoting diversity -- Diversifying engineering education: a transdisciplinary approach from RWTH Aachen University -- Engineering pathways in a U.S. public institution of higher education: a strategy for fostering student diversity -- Getting off the engineering enrollment rollercoaster: interaction between academia and upstream petroleum industry.
- "This book is a source for global findings in engineering education promotion across all education levels. This book investigates the impact of industry-engineering interactions to improve inclusion and diversity through all stages of the engineering profession, the use of specialized programs to retain diverse populations in engineering and other topics"--
- 9781522522126 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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