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NSF funded Research Study on Developmental Networks for Minority Engineers

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National Science Foundation
Pennsylvania, United States
26 days ago


Here is the abstract on NSF site for my study titled "Towards a Theory of Engineering Identity Development & Persistence of Minoritized Students with Imposter Feelings: A Longitudinal Mixed-methods Study of Developmental Networks".:


Discover how Developmental Networks impact your professional identity as Engineers!

I am working on recruiting Freshman & Sophomore undergraduate Engineering students for this study.  Just to clarify, even though the study title says "minoritized", I am requesting the Flyer to be distributed among all first and second-year students in Engineering so that they can self-identify as belonging to a certain minority background (i.e., woman, student of color, LGBTQ+, First generation students, or other marginalized identities.) 


Learn how to cultivate a network of Mentors/Developers needed for developing a positive Engineering Identity

Learn how to cope with Imposter Feelings

Become member of the Community: Cultivating a Network of Developers for Engineering Students (NODES)

AND...You may qualify for a monetary incentive

SAVE THE DATES: Two Information Sessions on Oct 5 & 19 , Nov 3 & 15 at 11 am, ET AND Oct 14 & 28, Nov 9 & 22 at 5 pm, ET. Sign up here for the Study and to get Zoom link for the Sessions

Here is the Sign-up Link :


Rajashi Ghosh, Ph. D

Editor, Human Resource Development International (HRDI)

Department Chair, Policy, Organization, and Leadership (POL)

Associate Professor

School of Education

Drexel University

Opportunity Information

  • Job ID: 59056151
  • Location:
    Pennsylvania, United States
  • Company Name: National Science Foundation
  • Opportunity Title: NSF funded Research Study on Developmental Networks for Minority Engineers
  • Level: Undergraduate
  • Opportunity Type: Research Study Participation

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