Approved by NAE Council in early February, the statement, definitions and goals establish a clear framework relevant to NAE members, staff and volunteers.
Members of NAE's Committee on Diversity and Inclusion are Aziz I. Asphahani, Lauren Bartolozzi, Corale L. Brierley (committee chair), David E. Daniel, Andrea Goldsmith, Wesley L. Harris, Enrique J. Lavernia, Julia M. Phillips and Wanda A. Sigur.
In addition to the statement, the committee established goals and how they will be implemented and measured. Complete definitions and goal details are available on NAE.edu.
Please join us in embracing the important work being done by the NAE to promote a vibrant and diverse engineering profession.
National Academy of Engineering's Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Statement and Goals
The National Academy of Engineering requires and values the diversity of its members, staff, volunteers, and others who seek to contribute and recognizes inclusion and equity are vital to ensure all viewpoints, perspectives, and talents are brought to bear in addressing our nation's critical engineering and technology challenges and promoting a vibrant engineering profession.
Goal 1: Embrace Diversity
Goal 2: Drive Inclusion
Goal 3: Expect Equity
Read full statement on NAE.edu
- Andrea Goldsmith: Diversity is essential to success in technology, February 2020
- EE125 Anniversary Event: Professor Andrea Goldsmith, "EE is Dead, Long Live EE: A Vision for EE's Next 125 Years"
- Goldsmith Awarded UC Berkeley Distinguished EECS Alumni Award
- Andrea Goldsmith receives Qualcomm Faculty Award (QFA)
- Department of Electrical Engineering Diversity Statement, ee.stanford.edu/diversity