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Promoting Diversity and Inclusion - A How-To Guide

March 08, 2019

To accelerate the development of an inclusive culture in biomedical engineering (BME), we must accept complexity, seek to understand our own privilege, speak out about diversity, learn the difference between intent and impact, accept our mistakes, and learn how to engage in difficult conversations. In turn, we will be rewarded by the ideas, designs, devices and discoveries of a new generation of problem solvers and thought leaders who bring diverse experiences and perspectives.

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Epistemic persistence: A simulation-based approach to increasing participation of women in engineering.

January 01, 2014

Arastoopour G, Chesler NC, Shaffer DW.
Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 2014.

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The Pipeline still leaks and more than you think: A Status report on gender diversity in biomedical engineering.

February 02, 2010

Chesler NC, Barabino G, Bhatia SN, Richards-Kortum R.
Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 2010.

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Theater as a community-building strategy for women in engineering: theory and practice

January 01, 2005

Chesler NC, Chesler MA.
Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 2005.


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On belay: Peer-mentoring and adventure education for women faculty in engineering.

July 01, 2003

Chesler NC, Single PB, Mikic B.
Journal of Engineering Education, 2003.

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Gender-informed mentoring strategies for women in engineering: On establishing a caring community

January 01, 2002

Chesler NC, Chesler MA.
Journal of Engineering Education, 2002.

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