“Black Engineering Faculty Speak”
Today’s episode is a conversation with the team behind Black in Engineering. Drs. Carlotta Berry (Rose-Hulman University); Brooke Coley (Arizona State University); Leroy Long III (Embry-Riddle, FL); Tahira Reid (Purdue); and Monica F. Cox (Ohio State) called in to talk about their moving video, “Black Engineering Faculty Speak.”
Their collaboration is a true testament to bravery, innovation, and commitment to social change. The discussed their collaborative process, and how they cared for each other while working together across distance and space. Out of their work also came their Call to Action – a list of priorities and recommendations for universities and colleges for anti-racist initiatives. In our conversation, they shared how individual faculty members can be agents of positive change.
Hear our interview with the team wherever you get your podcasts.
- Take a look at their website: BlackinEngineering.org
- Watch their video, “Black Engineering Faculty Speak” or subscribe to their YouTube Channel
- Connect @BlkInEngineerng
- Read their Call to Action, “On Becoming an Anti-Racist University”
- Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interview Date: 7/16/20
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