Engineering Visibility brings visibility to the invisible topics, concerns, and questions within the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This department is globally recognized for its dedication to research and its rigorous academic program. However, outside the classrooms and labs are hallways that are teeming with a variety of people, ideas, questions, and concerns. In this podcast, I sit down with the people of the ECE department to talk about all the things that go unseen in ECE. ***"This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1623067. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation."***
Extending Grace and Opportunity: The Experiences of Inclusion and Diversity
The work to ensure that all people, despite their differences, are afforded the same opportunities drives the mission of inclusion and diversity efforts. However, inclusion and diversity is more than just attending workshops and programs. To...
"I'm in ECE for Me!"--Being a Woman in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Welcome back to Engineering Visibility!! The podcast that works to bring visibility to the unseen people and communities of the Bradley Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering at Virginia Tech. In this episode, I speak to the current female...
Beyond the Thesis and Dissertation: The Graduate Student Experience
In this episode, we are going to graduate school! I speak to Taiwo, Natalie, and Nicolas about being a graduate student in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and learn why they choose to pursue a graduate degree, how graduate...
Seeing the Non-Traditional Student
Though the majority of undergraduate students within the college of engineering at Virginia Tech are between the ages of 18 and 23, not every undergraduate student arrives to Virginia Tech directly from high school. There are also “non-traditional”...
COVID: Behind the Virus
In this episode you will hear from the people of the ECE department and the university discuss how COVID-19 has affected their lives and how they are working behind the scenes for the ECE department, the university, and you!
This podcast offers an insightful look into the experiences of many groups of people, shared in their own words. It is well put together and addresses important topics. Thanks Annie and VT!