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Fletcher awarded 2022 NSF CAREER grant to conduct longitudinal study on Black women in engineering and computing

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"Missed Opportunity" publication finding: While only about 4.6% of engineering degree-granting institutions are #HBCUs, they graduate an average of 22.5% of Black female engineering undergrads (Table 6)

As a graduate of a Historically Black College and University (HBCU), Trina Fletcher is aware of the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on HBCUs and other minority-serving institutions (MSIs). Additionally, recent events of racial unrest in America have driven her focus on pursuing equity for underrepresented minorities in STEM even further.


SWE National Panel - Let's Talk: Allyship for Black Engineers and Technologists

Dr. Fletcher explains why this moment of social unrest is being felt on a larger scale than similar moments in past years. 

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