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Desen Sevi Özkan Jun 25
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Sam Snyder Jun 25
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Staci Goodson Jun 25
Come stop by and check out our bots. ⁩ booth 900
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Racheida Lewis, M.E. Jun 27
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Allison Godwin Jun 25
Ph.D. student, Brianna Benedict (2nd from left) and undergraduate researcher, Rachel Baker (4th from left) recognized for ASEE Best Diversity Paper Finalist paper asking about "what counts" and "who belongs" in engineering culture
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Indhira María Hasbún Jun 25
and baby Zyanna on the back 😍
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Mayra S. Artiles Jun 26
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Indhira María Hasbún Jun 25
One and only pin, but proudly representing!
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Brian Novoselich Jun 25
Great to catch up with ⁦⁩ at ASEE this year!
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Sarah A. Blackowski Jun 25
full house here at Chris Gewirtz's talk about understanding student transitions from capstone design to industry
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Dr. Jeremy A. M. Waisome Jun 25
She’s still President for 2 more days! She’ll forever be someone I admire 😊
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Texas Instruments Jun 25
The TI Robotics Pavilion is buzzing at ! Come check out our robots for university education and chat with their creators!
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VT Engineering Educ. Jun 26
There’s still time to stop by and see us at today! Exhibit hall closes at 3 pm!
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Homero Murzi Jun 26
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Bev Watford Jun 27
It’s going to be hard to give this all up...
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Allison Godwin Jun 26
Jacki Rohde helps kick off an awesome 8:00 am ERM session talking about differences in students descriptions of belongingness. Students described that, "You either have it or you don't."
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disinstitute Jun 25
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Tricia Clayton Jun 25
Mother's room and childcare, pronoun ribbons for name tags, and messages about diversity and inclusion everywhere you walk. I hope other engineering conferences can be more like .
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VT Engineering Educ. Jun 25
We had an excellent alumni, faculty and student gathering in Salt Lake City, UT this evening among so many good friends - it’s clear that the EngE family is going strong!
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Dr. Diane L. Peters Jun 23
SLC airport has light rail to downtown!! If you're coming in for and are on a tight budget or like the environmental aspect of public transit, cost is $2.50 and it's down at the end of Terminal 1. And the ticket machine will accept credit cards.
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