The ECEDHA Diversity Working Group ’ s mission is to support a diverse and inclusive environment in the field of electrical and computer engineering and to encourage participation of women and underrepresented minorities . With ECE posed as a major enabler in technological discovery , a more diverse practitioner / educator pool will lead to new perspectives on technological innovation and how that serves society .
CHAIR : Agnieszka Miguel , Seattle University
Communications and Branding Working Group
The Communicators Working Group mission is to strengthen and support the network of PR / Communications professionals within the field of ECE . Dedicated ECE Communicators meetings will allow your institution ' s communications and public relations professional to get an in-depth introduction to the branding toolkit and implementation strategies , as well as crucial networking time with peers .
CHAIR : Jessica MacInnis , University of Toronto
Community Working Group
The ECEDHA Community Working Group ' s mission is to investigate the formation of an organization that will create a research and education vision for ECE departments , and act as a liaison between research leaders and policy makers .
CO-CHAIRS : George Pappas , University of Pennsylvania | Daniel Stancil , North Carolina State University
Curriculum Working Group
The ECEDHA Curriculum Working Group ’ s mission is to create opportunities for educators to learn hands-on topics , approaches to curriculum design , as well as collaborate with other electrical and computer engineering department heads on the challenges and future of curriculum in ECE .
CO-CHAIRS : Tony Maciejewski , Colorado State University | Truong Nguyen , University of California , San Diego