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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources for Engineering

Discover some of the resources at Parks Library that cover issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering, and learn how to find more of these materials.

How to use this guide

Iowa State University's College of Engineering strives to develop a diverse and highly motivated pool of engineering faculty, staff, students and graduates that will work together to address technological challenges facing humanity. This library research guide is meant to be a starting point for learning more about and exploring issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering.

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Feedback

This guide is a work in progress and is not comprehensive by any means! The authors of this guide identify as white, cisgender women. We recognize that compiling these resources from a place of relative privilege means that some topics and vital resources will likely have been overlooked. If you have suggestions or recommended resources for this guide, please email Megan O'Donnell at mno@iastate.edu.

Erin Thomas was the original author of this guide and Megan O'Donnell continues to shepherd and update it.