MIT Forum for Equity: Equity in Engineering Education

MIT Forum for Equity: Equity in Engineering Education

The Forum for Equity is made possible in part by a grant from the MIT MindHandHeart Community Innovation Fund.

Wednesday, February 24 @ 12:00pm EST

Virtual Event

Register to participate in an MIT Forum for Equity webcast focusing on improvements to equity and inclusion in post-secondary engineering education.

Three MIT alums who hold research and/or leadership roles at engineering schools will address their own efforts to understand and improve STEM curricula in engineering disciplines. A moderated discussion with participants will follow.

Speakers:

Christopher Rose '79, SM '81, PhD '85, Professor of Engineering & Assc. Provost, STEM Initiatives at Brown University 

Alisha Sarang-Sieminski '98, Associate Dean, Professor of Engineering, Olin College

Justin Schwartz PhD '90, Dean of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University

Live captioning will be available. This event will be recorded and an archive made available on the MIT Alumni Association YouTube channel within a week of airing. 

 

Presented by the MIT Alumni Association, the Forum for Equity aims to engage alumni through thoughtful online conversations that help educate, inform, and examine the problems focused on social justice and help to catalyze change in our communities and in the world. The Forum for Equity is made possible in part by a grant from the MIT MindHandHeart Community Innovation Fund.