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The Diversity and Inclusion Initiative (DII@FSE) Task Force selected five awardees to receive funding under the DII@FSE Seed Funding Program.

Implemented as a component of the Fulton Schools’ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Plan, the purpose of this program is to encourage projects that develop a culture where individuals feel included, valued and respected, and where different kinds of people can succeed. It is an opportunity for faculty, staff, academic associates and students to help individuals achieve their full potential in environments that are diverse, equitable and inclusive.

Congratulations to this inaugural cohort of awardees!

ASU-ACCEL – Partnering Engineering Teams and Special Needs Families for Transformative Experiential Learning
Led by Jennifer Blain-Christen, Rod Roscoe and Matt Levac

Development of Peer Mentoring Curriculum for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Engineering
Led by Deana Delp and Maria Dixon

Fulton Diversity Difference
Led by Daniel Ramirez-Escobedo and Christina Hernandez

EPICS Diversity and Problem-Solving Research and Monitoring
Led by Joshua Loughman and Jared Schoepf

Minority Involvement in Manufacturing Engineering
Led by Kenan Song

Funding for the second round of seed funding now available: RAPID DII: Fostering Diversity and Inclusion in a Digital Environment.

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