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All who wish to be part of the chemical engineering community should have equal opportunity to pursue and achieve success. Yet groups that have faced discrimination continue to face challenges when entering into or participating in engineering professions.
That’s why we’ve created the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Certificate Program for students, staff and faculty—to raise awareness of why EDI matters, how it impacts STEM and engineering, and how to create a safe and welcoming scientific environment.
The first in the series of three online courses, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Part 1: Why It Matters in STEM and Engineering provides a basic overview of why inclusion in engineering matters and the role of unconscious bias in academia.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Part 2: How Does It Impact STEM and Engineering is an intermediate-level course that assesses the current state of the profession, examines key concepts in unconscious bias and offers techniques for reducing the prevalence and effect of bias in engineering.
Those who attend Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Part 3: Anti-racism and intersectionality will gain the understanding and tools necessary to mitigate bias in academia and other life situations while developing a growth mindset for equity, diversity and inclusion.
Earn a Certificate
Undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty who complete all three courses will earn an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Certificate acknowledging their achievement.
It will help foster an understanding of, along with information and tools to help students and staff in university-level STEM programs mitigate bias in academia and other life situations and to develop a growth mindset for equity, diversity, and inclusion.
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