Missing or invisible? Inclusivity conference is first step in NSF project to make engineering field more welcoming to LGBTQ+ professionals, students

Inclusivity in Engineering graphic with multicolored hands reaching up. (Graphic: Sarah Collins)

Four Georgia Tech faculty members want to challenge the existing culture in engineering and promote inclusivity and diversity in schools across the country. With the help of a grant from the National Science Foundation, they're trying to understand why LGBTQ+ people are less visible in engineering disciplines than in other fields, even within scientific and technological areas.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
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