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WVXU: Tech industry needs more Black women

November 4, 2022

UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Assistant Dean of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement Whitney Gaskins talks to Cincinnati Edition about UC's efforts to improve diversity in high-tech occupations.

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Engineering dean named Leadership Ohio Fellow

March 24, 2022

Leadership Ohio, a statewide leadership development program in its 30th year, has named University of Cincinnati’s Whitney Gaskins, Ph.D., to its 2022 class of leadership fellows. Gaskins is assistant dean of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement and a faculty member at the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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UC College of Engineering and Applied Science earns diversity...

March 21, 2022

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science has been lauded as a national leader among engineering programs for significant progress in increasing diversity, inclusion and degree attainment outcomes. The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has awarded the college bronze status — the highest current level — in its Diversity Recognition Program.

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Business Courier: UC dean honored for expanding access to STEM

January 13, 2022

Whitney Gaskins, PhD, Assistant Dean of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement at the University of Cincinnati, was recognized by the Cincinnati Business Courier and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber with a 2021 Cincinnati Lifts Inclusion and Minority Business Award.

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UC advocates for diversity and inclusion in engineering

November 3, 2021

Leaders in the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Engineering and Applied Science partner with the Women in Engineering ProActive Network to develop innovative programming and promote best practices for supporting women in engineering nationwide.

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GE to invest $5M on next generation of Cincinnati engineers

October 13, 2021

GE will partner with UC to launch Next Engineers, a program to boost diversity among young engineers by reaching out to Cincinnati-area students ages 13 to 18. GE will invest $5 million locally as part of a $100 million commitment to improve opportunities in engineering for underrepresented groups around the world.

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