Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
The Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University is committed to building a learning community where everyone feels welcome and has equal opportunities to thrive and succeed.
CEE Spotlight: Andrew ThompsonCEE junior Andrew Thompson he strives to promote a warm and welcoming environment everywhere he goes. As a board member of CMU’s student American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) chapter, he often points other students to the right resources and provides support in whatever form needed.
CEE Spotlight: Jerry WangOne of the new additions to the CMU faculty and CEE Department, Jerry Wang has already made a splash in the department with his happy demeanor and eclectic suits. Jerry joins us from MIT, where he received his doctorate applying his rigorous computational science background to model nanoscale fluid mechanics phenomena. A Chicago native and lifelong Cubs fan, Jerry brings a fresh perspective to the department in his research, teaching, and sports allegiances.
How to Get Involved
Have a great idea or interested in being part of the committee? Contact Co-Chair Professor Greg Lowry.
Report an incident or observation anonymously to the DEI committee. Please make sure to include all details as well as time and location (if applicable). You can report this incident anonymously or can choose to submit your contact information with your report.
This report is confidental and sent to the chairs of the CEE DEI committee for follow up.