NAMEPA to Share Best Practices at the 2016 WEPAN Change Leader Forum

The National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA, Inc.) will take part in the 2016 Women in Engineering Programs and Advocates Network (WEPAN) Change Leader Forum June 14 – 16 in Broomfield, CO. Five NAMEPA Institutions (Arizona State University, Kansas State University, Penn State, Purdue University, University of Texas at Austin, and Virginia Tech) known for their expertise in underrepresented minority student recruitment, transition, and retention in engineering will share their program goals, successes, best practices, and advice.

Join Mary Anderson-Rowland (Arizona State University), Laverne Bitsie-Baldwin (Kansas State University), Amy Freeman (Penn State), Virginia Booth Womack (NAMEPA President, Purdue University), Enrique Dominguez (NAMEPA Region D Chair, University of Texas at Austin), and Bevlee Watford (NAMEPA Thought Leader, Virginia Tech) during the concurrent session on Tuesday June 14 from 3:15 – 4:45 PM for a dynamic presentation on models for cultivating diversity in engineering.

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