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In recent years, many institutions increasingly seem to be transitioning toward more diverse and inclusive operating policies. Specifically, the policies encourage a more diverse and inclusive population as a means to decipher and resolve complex issues. The field of engineering is no exception to this thrust with a considerable amount of effort directed toward expanding underrepresented demographics throughout the engineering education spectrum. This study explores the current research trends of diversity and inclusion measures in engineering education, concentrating on the different approaches to address the population dynamics of diversity and inclusion in systems engineering education. The study provides insight into important trends to understand better the full span of the struggles involved in the methodologies used to increase diversity and inclusion in engineering education. The resultant metrics of this study can lead to a framework to improve measures to shift toward achieving a more heterogeneous engineering workforce.
Lester, H., & Schneider, K., & Mowrey, C., & Smith, R. (2022, August), Gauging Diversity and Inclusion in Systems Engineering Education Paper presented at 2022 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Minneapolis, MN. https://peer.asee.org/41878
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