The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Teaching Workshops are currently in their 20th year of existence and have been highly successful. There is a growing body of literature on creating a multi-cultural classroom that celebrates diversity, accounts for the global differences and experiences of students, and deliberately fosters inclusivity. This paper examines the content of the existing culturally inclusive literature and quantifies how much is already present in the current ETW curriculum. It then suggests how much more could be included if a deliberate effort is made to include diversity and inclusivity into the workshop content. It suggests what elements in the culturally inclusive literature are not feasible to include in a one-week workshop. Finally, it makes recommendations on how to best revise the current ETW to include and incorporate this content without lengthening the time of the workshop.


Architectural Engineering

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URL: https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/aen_fac/137