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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: LIST OF ATTENDEES." National Academy of Engineering. 2014. Surmounting the Barriers: Ethnic Diversity in Engineering Education: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18847.
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APPENDIX A: LIST OF ATTENDEES

Cammy Abernathy University of Florida
Emily Allen San Jose State University
Elizabeth Boylan Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Patricia Campbell Campbell-Kibler Associates
Yolanda Comedy American Association for the Advancement of Science
Steven Cramer University of Wisconsin
Dan Dimitriu San Antonio College
Henry Frierson University of Florida
Miguel Gonzalez University of Texas, Pan American
Olivia Graeve University of California, San Diego
Charles Henderson Western Michigan University
Freeman Hrabowski University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Eric Jolly Science Museum of Minnesota
Jennifer Karlin South Dakota School of Mines
Nathan Klingbeil Wright State University
Gary Kuleck University of Detroit Mercy
Lisa Lattuca University of Michigan
Michele Lezama National GEM Consortium
Angela Lindner University of Florida
Emir Macari California State University, Sacramento
Krish Mathur US Department of Education
Pamela McCauley-Bush University of Central Florida
Masoud Milani Florida International University
Amir Mirmiran Florida International University
Felecia Nave Prairie View A&M University
Arturo Pacheo-Vega California State University
Becky Packard Mount Holyoke College
Tonya Peeples University of Iowa
Reginald Perry Florida A&M University/Florida State University College of Engineering
Tom Peterson University of California, Merced
Paul Plotkowski Grand Valley State University
Charles Reilly University of Central Florida
Carlos Rodriguez American Institutes for Research
Frankie Santos Laanan Iowa State University
Richard Schoephoerster University of Texas, El Paso
Herb Schroeder University of Alaska
Bart Sheinberg Houston Community College
Roberta Spalter-Roth American Sociological Association
Robert Teranishi New York University, Steinhardt
Anna Vallie Turtle Mountain Community College
Gregory Washington Unviersity of California, Irvine
Bevlee Watford Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Karan Watson Texas A&M University
Aaron Wenger Itasca Community College
Bobby Wilson Texas Southern University
Thomas Wolff Michigan State University
José Zayas-Castro University of South Florida
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: LIST OF ATTENDEES." National Academy of Engineering. 2014. Surmounting the Barriers: Ethnic Diversity in Engineering Education: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18847.
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National Science Foundation Staff

Janice Cuny Program Director, Computing Education (CNS/CISE)
Dorothy Jones-Davis Science & Technology Policy Fellow (EEC)
Pramod Khargonekar Assistant Director, Directorate of Engineering (ENG)
Theresa Maldonado Director, Division of Engineering Education and Centers (EEC)
Donna Riley Director, Research in Engineering Education Program (REE)
Richard Smith Diversity Program Director (ENG/ EEC)
Laurie Stepanek Science & Technology Policy Fellow (EEC)

National Academy of Engineering Staff

Lance Davis Executive Officer
Catherine (Kitty) Didion Senior Program Officer
C. D. (Dan) Mote, Jr. President
Proctor Reid Director, Program Office
Jason Williams Senior Financial Assistant

American Society for Engineering Education Staff

Ashok Agrawal Managing Director, Professional Services
Rocio Chavela Manager of Faculty Development
Norman Fortenberry Executive Director
Nathan Kahl Managing Director, Communications and Society Advancement
Ray Phillips Production Coordinator
Eric Stishan Video/Communications Assistant
Tengiz Sydykov Government Projects Administrator
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: LIST OF ATTENDEES." National Academy of Engineering. 2014. Surmounting the Barriers: Ethnic Diversity in Engineering Education: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18847.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: LIST OF ATTENDEES." National Academy of Engineering. 2014. Surmounting the Barriers: Ethnic Diversity in Engineering Education: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18847.
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Surmounting the Barriers: Ethnic Diversity in Engineering Education is the summary of a workshop held in September 2013 to take a fresh look at the impediments to greater diversification in engineering education. The workshop brought together educators in engineering from two- and four-year colleges and staff members from the three sponsoring organizations: the National Science Foundation, the National Academy of Engineering and the American Society for Engineering Education.

While the goal of diversifying engineering education has long been recognized, studied, and subjected to attempted interventions, progress has been fitful and slow. This report discusses reasons why past recommendations to improve diversity had not been adopted in full or in part. Surmounting the Barriers identifies a series of key impediments, including a lack of incentives for faculty and institutions; inadequate or only short-term financial support; an unsupportive institutional and faculty culture and environment; a lack of institutional and constituent engagement; and inadequate assessments, metrics, and data tracking. The report also shares success stories about instances where barriers to diversity have been identified and surmounted, and the resources that could enable real solutions to implement steps toward progress.

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