Recognition Lists

DIVERSITY IN STEAM MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES ITS 2018 WINTER/SPRING BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top STEM-Friendly Programs

(Irvine, California) – January 15, 2018 – Diversity in STEAM Magazine (DISM) today released the results of its much-anticipated review of the nation’s Top STEM-Friendly Programs.

Diversity in STEAM Magazine polled hundreds of schools for its Best of the Best evaluations. DISM is one the nation’s fastest-growing diversity magazines, promoting the advancement of diversity in all aspects of STEAM to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these schools leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

This year’s recognitions include the following, in alphabetical order:

Brown University School of Engineering

California Institute of Technology

Carnegie Mellon University College of Engineering

Case Western Reserve University—Case School of Engineering

Clarkson University—Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering

Clemson University College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Colorado School of Mines

Columbia University—Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Cornell University College of Engineering

Drexel University College of Engineering

Duke University—Pratt School of Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology

Harvard—John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Harvey Mudd College

Illinois Institute of Technology

Iowa State University College of Engineering

John Hopkins University—Whiting School of Engineering

Lehigh University—P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Michigan State University College of Engineering

Michigan Technological University

Missouri University of Science and Technology

New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering

North Carolina State University College of Engineering

Northwestern University—McCormick School of Engineering

Pennsylvania State University College of Engineering

Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science

Purdue University College of Engineering

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rice University—George R. Brown School of Engineering

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Stanford University School of Engineering

Stevens Institute of Technology

Stony Brook University—College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Technology

Texas A&M University—College Station

Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth

Tufts University School of Engineering

United States Air Force Academy

United States Coast Guard Academy

United States Merchant Marine Academy

United States Naval Academy

University of California, Berkeley College of Engineering

University of California, Davis-College of Engineering

University of California, Irvine-The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

University of California, Los Angeles-Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science

University of California, San Diego-Jacobs School of Engineering

University of Florida College of Engineering

University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign-College of Engineering

University of Michigan-College of Engineering

University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science

University of Rochester—HAJIM School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

University of Texas at Austin, Cockrell School of Engineering

Vanderbilt School of Engineering

Virginia Tech

Washington State University—Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Yale University School of Engineering & Applied Science


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers, but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, more than 100 schools and institutions participated.

The results are published in the winter-spring issue of Diversity in STEAM Magazine and available on newsstands mid-December. Published by DiversityComm, Diversity in STEAM Magazine is dedicated to promoting the advancement of diversity in all aspects of STEM programs, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. DiversityComm also publishes Black EOE Journal, HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Diversity in STEAM Magazine, please contact the research department at (800) 592-STEAM (7832) or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net.

About Diversity in STEAM Magazine

Diversity in STEAM Magazine (DISM) brings STEM Programs and educational, business and employment opportunities to all minorities and diverse cultures starting with K-12.

One of the best ways to create value in the 21st century is to combine science and technology with arts, creativity and entrepreneurship. It is our firm belief that in order to have a successful company, Diversity & Inclusion must be implemented in all departments. STEM and the arts are critical for our future and innovation.

Full STEAM ahead with us today!

DIVERSITY IN STEAM MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES ITS 2017 WINTER/SPRING BEST OF THE BEST LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top STEM-Friendly Programs
(Irvine, California) – December 15, 2016 – Diversityin STEAM Magazine (DISM) today released the results of its much-anticipated 2016 review of the nation’s Best of the Best Top STEM-Friendly Programs.

Diversity in STEAM Magazine polled hundreds of schools for its 2016 Best of the Best evaluations. DISM is one the nation’s fastest-growing diversity magazines, promoting the advancement of diversity in all aspects of STEAM to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these schools leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

This year’s recognitions include the following, in alphabetical order:

Brown University


California Institute of Technology


Carnegie Mellon University


Case Western Reserve University


Clarkson University


Clemson University


Colorado School of Mines


Columbia University


Cornell University


Dartmouth College


Drexel University


Duke University


Georgia Institute of Technology


Harvard


Illinois Institute of Technology


Iowa State University


Johns Hopkins University


Lehigh University


Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Michigan State University


Michigan Technological University


Missouri University of Science &


Technology


North Carolina State University- Raleigh


New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering


Northwestern University


Pennsylvania State University- University Park


Princeton University


Purdue University—West Lafayette


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


Rice University


Stanford University


Stevens Institute of Technology


SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry


Texas A&M University- College Station


University of California—Berkeley


University of California—Davis


University of Florida


University of California—Irvine


University of California—Los Angeles


University of California—San Diego


University of Illinois- Urbana Champaign


University of Michigan- Ann Arbor


University of Pennsylvania


University of Rochester


University of Texas—Austin


Vanderbilt University


Virginia Tech


Washington State University


Worcester Polytechnic Institute


Yale University


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers, but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, more than 100 schools and institutions participated.

The results are published in the winter-spring issue of Diversity in STEAM Magazine and available on newsstands mid-December. Published by DiversityComm, Diversity in STEAM Magazine is dedicated to promoting the advancement of diversity in all aspects of STEM programs, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. DiversityComm also publishes Black EOE Journal, HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Diversity in STEAM Magazine, please contact the research department at (800) 592-STEAM (7832) or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net.

About Diversity in STEAM Magazine

Diversity in STEAM Magazine (DISM) brings STEM Programs and educational, business and employment opportunities to all minorities and diverse cultures starting with K-12.

One of the best ways to create value in the 21st century is to combine science and technology with arts, creativity and entrepreneurship. It is our firm belief that in order to have a successful company, Diversity & Inclusion must be implemented in all departments. STEM and the arts are critical for our future and innovation.

Full STEAM ahead with us today!