The CSULB College of Engineering has made increased gains in the number of degrees awarded per faculty member and remains a leader in the number of engineering degrees awarded to Asian-American and Hispanic students.
In the most recent American Society for Engineering Education rankings, the CSULB College of Engineering ranked 1st among U.S. universities in the ratio of bachelor’s degree recipients to faculty. That was up from 2nd in the previous year.
The College of Engineering in 2017 ranked 16th for awarding Bachelor of Science engineering degrees to Asian-American students, and in the ASEE statistics for 2018, rose to 15th. Continue reading “CSULB College of Engineering Makes Efficiency Gains in Latest ASEE Rankings”
Due to its commitment to inclusiveness and student success, the CSULB College of Engineering has made dramatic gains in serving underrepresented students and attracting diverse faculty.
Over the past four years, the College of Engineering has steadily increased in American Society for Engineering Education rankings for attracting female faculty and awarding degrees to Hispanic and Asian-American students.
In the most recent ASEE statistics, the CSULB College of Engineering ranked 6th among U.S. universities in awarding undergraduate engineering degrees to Hispanic students. That compares with its 11th-place ranking in 2014 and an 8th-place ranking in 2016. Continue reading “CSULB College of Engineering Makes Dramatic Advances in Diversity”
The CSULB College of Engineering has made gains in awarding degrees to underrepresented minorities in the latest rankings from the American Society for Engineering Education.
CSULB ranked 8th among U.S. and Canadian universities for the number of engineering bachelor’s degrees awarded to Hispanic students in 2016, the most recent year for which statistics are available. That is up from 10th in the previous year. CSULB also ranked 17th for the number of engineering bachelor’s degrees awarded to Asian-American students in 2016, an increase over 2015’s 19th–place ranking.
CSULB ranked 16th for the percentage of women tenure/tenure-track engineering faculty, up from 17th the previous year. At CSULB, more than one-quarter of T/TT engineering faculty are women. Continue reading “COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MAKES CONTINUING STRIDES IN DIVERSITY”