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: Ryan RusaliCEE senior Ryan grew up in the Bay Area located in Northern California, where the tech boom has created a quite homogenous society, which can be best described as an amalgamation of different Asian cultures. Ryan’s grandparents and parents took time to immerse him in Vietnamese culture with food, language, and traditions, but he did not fully appreciate it until now.
CEE Spotlight: Ryan RusaliCEE senior Ryan Rusali dove into civil engineering initially with an interest for applying computing, sensors, and drones to facilitate structure inspections. However, he quickly realized that there was so much more he could offer in his position as a civil engineer.
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.