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A Statement of Solidarity with AAPI Community

from IEC's Leadership
 

The Inclusive Engineering Consortium condemns the abhorrent violence against Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community members.  

 

The IEC stands in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in denouncing the racially motivated attacks against Asian Americans taking place across the nation and especially the recent mass shooting targeting Asian women.

 

The horrific shootings in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16, 2021 that claimed the lives of eight people, six of whom were of Asian descent and seven of whom were women, exemplify the intersectional oppression that so many minoritized people face: racism, misogyny, classism and beyond.  

 

We are compelled by our mission to treat everyone with equity and respect, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sex, gender identity or orientation, age, disability, citizenship status or national origin. Our ECE community will be inclusive and not shy away from uncomfortable conversations.

 

The Inclusive Engineering Consortium is committed to develop and deliver the programs, resources, and infrastructure to achieve our goals for a more just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive society.

 

Craig Scott

President, IEC


The Inclusive Engineering Consortium (IEC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing together academia, industry, and government to advance education, research, and careers in electrical and computer engineering. 

The goal of the Consortium is to increase the quantity and quality of African-American, Hispanic and Native American Electrical and Computer Engineering graduates.

MEMBERSHIP

IEC Membership is open to historically minority serving institutions who are seeking to collaborate with fellow academics and industry to improve the quality and effectiveness of ECE education.

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PROGRAMS

Several specialized programs are held each year to foster academic-industry collaboration.


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CORPORATE SUPPORT

The Inclusive Engineering Consortium has opportunities for corporate partners to become involved in our initiatives through Corporate Membership or sponsorship.

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COLLABORATIONS

AND SUPPORTED INITIATIVES

 

SMART CITIES REU/RET PROGRAM

HBCU-ECP PROGRAM

 

ERC PROGRAM

 

 

                          



“The work the IEC is conducting will have a direct impact on the next generation of diverse leaders as we strive to create culturally rich institutions for the students they serve.” 

- Dr. Craig Scott, IEC President

 

                                                                            

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