Diversity among faculty, students, and staff is a key factor that promotes a thriving academic community where different perspectives are valued and respected. Georgia Tech remains a national leader in producing a diverse population of engineers and the College of Engineering’s Center for Engineering Education and Diversity (CEED) is a key component of that effort.
CEED proudly collaborates with other Georgia Tech offices and student organizations as well as alumni, national organizations, corporations, the K-12 community, and other universities to create and support a diversified engineering workforce.
Annually, our programs impact over 3,000 potential GT students as well as over 36% of the College of Engineering student enrollment (undergraduate and graduate). Our reach extends to students across the institute, enabling us to have an impact on over 40% of all Georgia Tech students.
The Center for Engineering Education and Diversity (CEED) peer 2 peer (P2P) graduate, Biya Haile, earns the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans to continue his studies to enter the Ph.D. program in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering as the first fellow to pursue graduate degree at Tech.
Graduate Student Programs
CEED partners with Georgia Tech campus offices and organizations to provide support to current and prospective under-represented minority graduate students in STEM majors.
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