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DEI Podcast, Episode 4: Women in Advanced Manufacturing

In recognition of Women’s History month, this episode of The ASME Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Podcast features a panel of experts in the field of engineering education who share their thoughts on the progress of women in engineering, including a deep dive into the field of advanced manufacturing. Hosted by Clare Bruff, Senior Manager of Volunteer Leadership Development & Diversity at ASME with guests Gloria Wiens, Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida, and Nancy Diaz-Elsayed, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida.

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Voices of ASME with Oscar Barton, Jr.

Oscar sheds some insight into his upbringing, the genesis of his love for STEM, as well as his thoughts on the role ASME can play in helping support future engineers. He shares some personal, childhood reflections about his introduction to STEM, as well as the role ASME can play in supporting future engineers.

Voices of ASME with Khalid Umar

Khalid shares some personal, childhood reflections about his introduction to STEM, as well as his advice for the engineers of tomorrow.

LGBTQ+ Pride Month: Omar Kheir

In celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, ASME spoke with one of our members, Omar Kheir, regarding his perspective on pride and inclusivity in the STEM community. Kheir also lists a few best practices for aspiring engineers who are passionate about LGBTQ+ strides in their work.

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2023

Voices from within our community share their stories of what inspired them to pursue a career in engineering, the paths they took to achieve their aspirations, and their advice for those following in their footsteps.

Women's History Month 2023

Women of ASME share their perspectives on what Women's History Month means to them.

Featuring: Karen Ohland, Jennifer Jewers-Bowlin, Monica Moman-Saunders, Callie Tourigny, Madiha Kotb, and Susan Ipri Brown.

Black History Month 2023

Dr. Aprille Ericsson, an American aerospace engineer, and Monica Moman-Saunders, incoming ASME Governor-Elect and Fellow, share their perspective on Black History Month, and how those who inspired them may inspire others to pursue their dreams.

Video: Women in Engineering

ASME encourages ongoing reflection on how we can better embrace our diverse cultures and communities, which enable us to collaborate, thrive and persevere with optimism and mutual respect.

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