How Black Engineering and Computing Faculty Exercise an Equity Ethic to Racially Fortify
How Black Engineering and Computing Faculty Exercise an Equity Ethic to Racially Fortify and Enrich Black Students
McGee, E.O., Naphan-Kingery, D.,* Miles, M. L.,* & Joseph, O
U.S. universities are fraught with institutional barriers that challenge Black faculty members’ ability to thrive in academia, while they also make attempts to broaden access and participation in fields like engineering and computing. The diversity-related service requested of Black faculty members can negatively complicate their chances for tenure and promotion.