Assistant Dean Tojan Rahhal, Terrell Morton of Education and Johannes Schul of Biology received an Inclusion, Diversity & Equity (IDE) Excellence Grant.
The banquet celebrates outstanding students, faculty and staff from Mizzou Engineering who are from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds in engineering and those who work to support their efforts.
Fang Wang is looking to make MU classrooms more inclusive, and with the help of her recent UM System Inclusive Teaching Award, she’s closer to her goal.
The Grace Hopper Celebration bills itself as “the world’s largest gathering of women technologists,” and consists of keynote speakers, a multitude of career development workshops, a career fair and more.
In her new role, she will execute the College’s vision to build and sustain a diverse and inclusive environment by developing, implementing and continually assessing strategies and programs to enhance the College’s environment.
MU Engineering Director of Diversity and Outreach Initiatives Tojan Rahhal is the new Strategic Direction Chair for the National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA).
The center, which opened in 2017, launched as a welcoming space for students, faculty and staff within the College of Engineering. The program is spearheaded by Director of Diversity and Outreach Initiatives Tojan Rahhal, who began her work with the space back in March 2017.