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ASEE’s Inclusive Engineering Media Contest

 

Share how you engage diverse students in inclusive engineering and compete to win a $1,000 travel award to attend the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education’s Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio, June 24 – June 28, 2017.

ASEE celebrates and promotes diversity and inclusion in engineering, and aims to expand access to every student. The Pre-college Engineering Education Division seeks to highlight examples of inclusive engineering through an exciting, creative, and rewarding social media. Follow along using #PCEEChallenge.

Beware! You might earn some bragging rights and tons of likes/shares, though you will most definitely increase awareness of the importance of inclusive engineering, and that’s what most rewarding!

Learn More and Submit by May 1.

Objective: Share your best practices and strategies that demonstrate inclusion, educational equity, and diversity in teaching pre-college engineering via websites, reddit, twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, etc. or across all platforms.

Format: Video, essay, podcast, infographic, blog, photo essay — basically any form of media that meets the objective.

 

Tag and Like Us!  Twitter: @ASEE_DC, @ASEEK12Division
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AseeK12Division

Include this hashtag: #PCEEChallenge

Prize: The winner will receive $1,000 for travel expenses to the 2017 Annual ASEE Conference in Columbus, OH. (Paid as a reimbursement from actual receipts.)NAPE_EqualityVEquity_Infographic_FNL copy

The mission of the Pre-college Engineering Education (PCEE) division of ASEE is to grow and sustain a community whose members collectively build expertise and capacity in pre-college engineering education knowledge and practice.

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