The Marathon Continues: The Importance of continuing to invest in Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in Engineering and Engineering Technology Education

Dr. Huderson currently serves as the Manager of Engineering Education at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), an adjunct professor of Biology at the University of the District of Columbia, and the founder and president of STEM Innovation Consulting.

At ASME, Dr. Huderson is responsible for advancing and managing the research, development, promotion, implementation, and assessment of products and services that will help colleges of engineering develop their curricula and faculty. As the founder and president of STEM Innovation Consulting, Dr. Huderson provides STEM educational consulting services that include professional development, project development and management, curriculum development, grant writing, and stakeholder networking to build strategic partnerships between industry, educators, researchers, and community activists

Dr. Huderson also works with local and Federal government agencies, non-profits, and academic institutions to provided leadership support for programs that foster an inclusive climate for pre-collegiate and collegiate STEM students.

The 13th Annual CUNY BMI Conference

Diversifying the STEM field: Exposing and Promoting Pathways


Dr. Cora Marrett
Lecturer and Former National Science Foundation Director

Dr. James Anderson
Chancellor, Fayetteville State University

Dr. Sylvester Gates
Distinguished Ford Professor of Mathematics at Brown University

The Thirteenth Annual CUNY BMI conference title: Diversifying the STEM field: Exposing and Promoting Pathways, will feature a morning keynote by Dr. Cora Marrett, an afternoon keynote by Dr. James Anderson, and an evening keynote by Dr. Sylvester James Gates, Jr. The conference includes morning and afternoon panel discussions that address Women in STEM, Math, Professional Skills Development, the STEM Pipeline, Community involvement in STEM and Careers in STEM. The morning panels specifically will discuss ‘How did we get here?’ detailing the history of STEM as it relates to these topics. The afternoon panels will discuss ‘Where do we go from here?’ detailing innovative strategies as it relates to these topics. The overall theme of the conference will focus on equipping conference participants to enter into STEM fields or find helpful STEM resources to enable other young people begin a career in STEM, primarily young men of color, at an earlier age.

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Tech Day @ City Tech

Opening Gateways to Completion
Open Digital Pedagogies for Student Success in STEM, a Title V-funded collaboration between City Tech and Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC).

All faculty are welcome.

Tech Day 2018

STEM Faculty Development Grant

Deadline for Proposal Submission: Monday, November 7, 2016

The City of New York has provided significant funding to CUNY to scale ASAP to 25,000 students by FY19. This major expansion of ASAP will take place across nine colleges: Borough of Manhattan Community College, Bronx Community College, Hostos Community College, Kingsborough Community College, LaGuardia Community College, Queensborough Community College, College of Staten Island, Medgar Evers College, and New York City College of Technology. A major mayoral priority for ASAP expansion is to increase the enrollment, retention, and graduation rates of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) students. Currently, STEM enrollment of entering ASAP students stands at 31% with the goal of reaching and maintaining a program-wide STEM enrollment of at least 35% by academic year 2018/19. ASAP further aims to retain and graduate STEM majors at current program-wide benchmarks (80% one-year retention rate and 50% three-year graduation rate). For the purposes of this RFP, please find attached a list of STEM majors served by ASAP.

For more information and application, please visit: