The IEC Exchange

 

April 2022
 

Featured Article

Craig Scott

Professor and Chair

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Morgan State University

President, Inclusive Engineering Consortium

 

Dear Colleagues-

 

Engineering for US All (e4usa) is an NSF-funded high school engineering program that opens engineering to a new generation of students. To date, 3,399 students in 47 high schools have enrolled in the e4usa course. The e4usa curriculum empowers, engages, and excites students to use what they know and find what they are passionate about to take control and boldly influence the world. You can hear directly from a handful of e4usa students about their experiences by watching this short video!

 

The e4usa team is working with institutions from across the country to establish pathways for students to earn college credit upon their successful completion of the e4usa curriculum. To date, seven institutions including two IEC sustaining members, have created credit-bearing pathways for these students. We are excited to share details of these credit pathways with you through the publication of our inaugural e4usa Credit and Placement Prospectus. The latest information on institutions awarding credit or placement to students completing a high school e4usa course can be found at https://e4usa.org/families.

 

We would like for more of our IEC members to consider establishing a pathway so that high school students who successfully complete the e4usa curriculum can receive credit or placement. Details included in the attached prospectus will provide you with a variety of ways in which this can be accomplished. We would be happy to share additional resources with you if offering a university course like this is of interest to you. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a meeting to discuss how a credit pathway can be created at your institution please email Olushola Emiola-Owolabi at olemi2@morgan.edu.


 

Craig Scott

Professor and Chair,

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. School of Engineering

Morgan State University

Office# 443 885-3073

 

 


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