is recognized for her achievements in the creation of the dEEbug
peer tutoring program that started Autumn 2020. The program offers peer tutoring to current and prospective undergraduates in electrical engineering. The program's goal is to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for all students, especially those from underrepresented groups. In addition to the dEEbug program, she also helped our students create a new student group called SURG(E)2
, which stands for Students for Underrepresented Groups in Electrical Engineering.LaToya
is a tireless advocate for our students and is very passionate about diversity and inclusion. In addition to managing EE’s graduate admissions and playing an active role in the programs and student groups, she has also served on EE's Culture, Equity, and Inclusion (CEI) Committee. We thank LaToya for her dedication to students and for all of her contributions to our department.