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Barriers to Broadening Participation in Engineering Competition Teams

Abstract Despite years of efforts to increase diversity in STEM, engineering continues to be a white male dominated discipline. This low representation of female and minority students is especially visible in student, experiential-learning, engineering competition teams (SELECT). SELECT provide some … Continue reading

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Advisor Perspectives on Diversity in Student Design Competition Teams

Abstract Engineering competition teams provide some students the opportunity to design authentic engineering artifacts, manage budgets and logistics, exercise engineering analysis and decision making, build an engineering artifact and develop and practice professional skills. In a research study examining the … Continue reading

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What Behaviors and Characteristics do Engineering Student Competition Team Members Associate with Leadership?

Abstract Engineering student competition teams (ECT) are promoted as incubators for the development of leadership, 1, 2 yet we know little about how leadership actually develops within these teams. A case study of two teams at a public university in … Continue reading

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Leadership, Management, and Diversity: Missed Opportunities within Student Design Competition Teams

Abstract Engineering competition teams provide some students the opportunity to design authentic engineering artifacts, manage budgets and logistics, exercise engineering analysis and decision making, build an engineering artifact and develop and practice professional skills. In a research study examining the … Continue reading

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Inclusion or Exclusion? The Impact of the Intersection of Team Culture and Student Identity and Pathway on Team Diversity

Abstract Student, Experiential-Learning, Engineering Competition Teams (SELECT) provide an opportunity for engineering students to practice technical and professional engineering skills. Tremendous academic and financial resources are dedicated to SELECT teams, both from institutions of higher education and from companies that … Continue reading

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“You choose between TEAM A, good grades, and a girlfriend – you get to choose two!” – How a culture of exclusion is constructed and maintained in an engineering design competition team

Abstract Engineering student design-build competition teams provide an opportunity for engineering students to practice engineering technical and professional skills. However, as the student quoted in the title states, the opportunity has conditions attached to inclusion and acceptance. Using a case … Continue reading

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‘We Weren’t Intentionally Excluding Them…Just Old Habits’: Women (Lack of) Interest and an Engineering Student Competition Team

Abstract Student, experiential-learning, engineering, competition teams (SELECT) provide an opportunity for engineering students to practice engineering technical and professional skills. The low representation of women in SELECT is often rationalized as a lack of interest by individual women rather than … Continue reading

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