Interested in joining the DI&A initiative in the department and seeing your actions make a difference?
Committee meetings are scheduled for the first Monday of every month.
CBE Comment Form
Use this form to share any suggestions, comments, feedback or concerns about your experience in the department.
Feedback can be provided anonymously.
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How has the department supported the DI&A initiative?
- Released a student (UG and grad) climate survey to gauge student’s views on DI&A in the department in January 2021
- Released a faculty climate survey to gauge faculty views on DI&A in the department in January 2021
- Idalis Villanueva from the University of Florida gave a talk in January 2021 entitled “A multi- and mixed-method exploration of hidden curriculum and issues affecting women in science or engineering”
- Increased the number of female speakers for the 2020-21 academic year for graduate colloquium as a part of our distinguished Shell Seminar Series
- Invited DI&A Campus Committee representatives to give an overview of the initiative and invited students (UG and grad) from the department in September 2020
- Conducted a self-assessment and service load survey in the department to gauge faculty views on DI&A in 2019
Check back regularly to see what we are up to.
Meet the Chemical & Biological Engineering DI&A Committee
Chemical and Biological Engineering graduate and undergraduate students are also involved in the department committee:
Dr. Samaniuk’s Group
Benjamin (Ben) Appleby
Dr. Agarwal’s Group
Abigail (Abi) Meyer
Biological Eng. Specialty