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Engineer Inclusion

Resources

There is much to learn about equity in education, the workforce, and in our communities. We are each on a journey of discovery, and here we share resources from our journey to help others on theirs. 

Q&A

Your diversity, equity, and inclusion questions answered.

Webinars

On-demand complimentary webinars to help you learn.

Ideas

Read our blog posts for ideas, news and recommendations.

Tools

Explore tools that support action towards a more equitable and just world.

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Webinars

Embracing Failure and Perseverance in STEM (Panel Recap)

Explore the critical importance of innovation and perseverance in STEM through our blog post recap of the “Resilience in Innovation” panel. Successful women in STEM share their journeys of overcoming setbacks and how failure has been a stepping stone to their success. Get insights, advice, and strategies for embracing challenges, and watch the webinar recording for an in-depth discussion.

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Creativity and Experimentation in STEM (Panel Recap)

Explore the transformative power of creativity and experimentation in STEM, as leading women share their insights and strategies in the “Innovating Minds” panel. Discover how these pioneers are reshaping the STEM landscape through innovation and watch the enlightening webinar recording.

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Women in STEM Panel Series

The “Women in STEM Panel Series” transformed passive webinar experiences into interactive, public discussions with experts in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This case study outlines how opening the series to a broader audience enhanced engagement and participation, setting the stage for future sessions.

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What is Accent Bias?

Accent bias is an unwarranted prejudice toward others based on the sound of their speech. This panel discussion was on Wednesday, August 24, from 12 to 1 PM CDT. Panelists were Donna Durbin, and Dr. Hoda Ehsan, with Dr. Meagan Pollock as the moderator. On this page you’ll find the event recording, plus strategies and resources.

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Questions and Answers

Navigating diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) can be challenging. Helping ourselves and others to understand DEI topics can be even more challenging. That’s why we’ve created a Q&A section to help!  Many of our answers include short, and succinct illustrative animation videos. Let us know what you think, how you use these resources, and submit any questions you’d like answered. 

How to Practice Systems Thinking for Systemic Change

This article uncovers the systematic oppression faced by traditionally marginalized groups in engineering. It emphasizes the importance of recognizing and dismantling these systems through a systems-thinking approach, offering hope for creating inclusive learning environments. Download a PDF Resource.

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Together, We Can Make the World Better (eBook)

Dr. Meagan Pollock’s children’s book includes an integrated discussion guide with vocabulary and facts, making it a valuable resource for meaningful conversations with young minds about how we can make the world a better place.

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Adopting a Teenager from Foster Care: A Journey Fueled by Love and Purpose

Embarking on the journey of adopting a child from Texas’ foster care system is no small feat. It’s a path filled with challenges, emotions, and moments of doubt. However, as I navigated through this transformative experience, I stumbled upon a profound reminder of why I chose this path in the first place: love and the urgent need to be part of the solution.

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Seeking Guest Writers & Content Creators

If you love writing, have a way of making complex things easy to understand, and are deeply knowledgeable about topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, then I might have an opportunity for you! I am seeking guest writers and content creators!

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Try this tool: What else might be true?

One of the most popular tools I share with people is what I call the What else might be true? Five-finger countdown. In this post, I’ll share with you where the tool came from, when to use it, and why it works to help you in many aspects of life. 

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Latest Posts

How to Practice Systems Thinking for Systemic Change

This article uncovers the systematic oppression faced by traditionally marginalized groups in engineering. It emphasizes the importance of recognizing and dismantling these systems through a systems-thinking approach, offering hope for creating inclusive learning environments. Download a PDF Resource.

Read More »
Hands holding wooden house, family home, homeless housing, mortgage crisis and home protecting insurance, international day of families, foster home care, family day care, stay home concept

Adopting a Teenager from Foster Care: A Journey Fueled by Love and Purpose

Embarking on the journey of adopting a child from Texas’ foster care system is no small feat. It’s a path filled with challenges, emotions, and moments of doubt. However, as I navigated through this transformative experience, I stumbled upon a profound reminder of why I chose this path in the first place: love and the urgent need to be part of the solution.

Read More »
join the team! consulting opportunity

Seeking Guest Writers & Content Creators

If you love writing, have a way of making complex things easy to understand, and are deeply knowledgeable about topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, then I might have an opportunity for you! I am seeking guest writers and content creators!

Read More »
what else might be true? animated gif with hand counting to five

Try this tool: What else might be true?

One of the most popular tools I share with people is what I call the What else might be true? Five-finger countdown. In this post, I’ll share with you where the tool came from, when to use it, and why it works to help you in many aspects of life. 

Read More »