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Grants: 2016

Enhancing Communication and Use of Information in Engineering

Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MD
Contact: Dr. Raenita Fenner, 410-617-2512, rafenner@loyola.edu
Integrating writing into engineering labs by developing curriculum, supporting faculty, and creating a Writing Fellows program

Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI
Contact: Joseph Musto, 414-277-7455, musto@msoe.edu
Pilot program to teach design engineering students to communicate with manufacturing personnel using a design/build experience

Women in Engineering

Black Girls Code, Oakland, CA
Contact: Kimberly Bryant, 510-398-0880, kbryant@blackgirlscode.org
Expand the Black Girls Code Clubs into three middle schools and create a pipeline of girls of color into tech fields

Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA
Contact: Celine Manoosingh, PhD, 912-478-6266, cmanoosingh@georgiasouthern.edu
EMERGE program: summer series for middle-aged girls that presents different engineering disciplines and follow-up mentoring through high school

Girls Inc. of Chattanooga, TN
Contact: Phil Trammell, 423-624-4757, ptrammell@girlsincofchatt.org,
Support for the Build IT program, where middle school girls from low-income communities explore design, information technology, math and STEM careers

James Ogunbor Education Foundation,
Lagos State, Nigeria
Contact: Itohan Ogbebor, +2347013416012, itohan@joefng.com, www.joefng.com
3- Day technology workshop/training for public secondary school girls in Lagos State

Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ
Contact: Ronke Olabisi, PhD, 848-445-6687, ronke.olabisi@rutgers.edu
Recruitment of underserved women into tissue engineering research courses and introducing them to course-based research experiences

WAAW Foundation (Working to Advance African Women), Wylie TX
Contact: Unoma Okorafor, 979-574-3453, unoma@waawfoundation.org
Establishment of the African Women Engineering, Leadership & Entrepreneurship (AWELE) Academy in Lagos Nigeria, a technology training and coding school

YWCA, New York, NY
Contact: Jerin Arifa, 212-735-9708, jafifa@ywcanyc.org
Added programming and participants for the Geek Girls Club STEM program
YWCA Geek Girls featured on ABC7 Eyewitness News NY
Reimagining STEM Inclusion: The Path of Success from the Classroom to Business Innovation

Information Access in Developing Countries

Islamic University College, Ghana, Accra, Ghana
Contact: Safianu Omar, +233 268 138326,
library@iug.edu.gh; www.iug.edu.gh
Digitization of tattered and old materials, enhancement of faculty repository system and acquisition of e-books and computer systems for the engineering library


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