Retracing My Steps: Reflections of a Black Woman Leader in Engineering
This was a live Virtual Workshop on June 10, 2020, at 1 ET.
Despite increased racial and gender diversity at the student and faculty level, Black women in leadership are an aberration in higher education. The facilitators have developed a leadership toolkit to support Black women administrators. Thus, three learning objectives for the proposed session are:
- To motivate attendees to think about how gendered racism influences faculty and staff in engineering.
- To consider the utility of narrative inquiry in engineering education research.
- To help participants imagine new possibilities the way we think about governance, faculty retention, and institutional innovation.
Meseret Hailu Ph.D.
Monica Cox Ph.D.