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ADVANCING THE ECE COMMUNITY

ECEDHA is invested in growing its ECE community and focusing its efforts on helping to advance the field ; facilitating member interaction and idea exchange ; and improving communication with the profession , industry , government , and others .
Since 2019 , ECEDHA and the Inclusive Engineering Consortium have worked together to develop ongoing programs and initiatives that will greatly support and promote social justice , diversity , and inclusion within the ECE community .
ECEDHA has recently partnered with the Inclusive Engineering Consortium ( IEC ) to begin the development of ongoing programs and initiatives that will greatly support and promote social justice , diversity , and inclusion within the ECE community .
The Inclusive Engineering Consortium ( IEC ) is a collaboration of Minority Serving Institutions working as one to advance the ECE Enterprise . It is organized as a virtual super department with broadly based strengths in education , scholarship and service . IEC works to more fully engage MSIs in the US education and research enterprise ; graduate more and better prepared minority engineers ; increase efficiency and productivity at MSIs ; and develop a sustainable and effective infrastructure to support minority students , faculty and staff at all universities .

IEC BOARD OF DIRECTORS

PRESIDENT
Craig Scott Morgan State University
VICE PRESIDENT
John Kelly North Carolina A & T State University
SECRETARY & TREASURER
Mohamed Chouikha Prairie View A & M University
PROGRAM OFFICER
Ken Connor Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Shiny Abraham Seattle University
MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Pamela Leigh-Mack
Virginia State University
MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Miguel Velez-Reyes University of Texas at El Paso
MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Mark J . T . Smith University of Texas at Austin
MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Stephen Goodnick Arizona State University

IEC MEMBER INSTITUTIONS

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
John R . Janowiak , IEC
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