Advancing Minorities' Interest in Engineering
As a coalition of Industry, Government Agencies, and ABET accredited HBCU Engineering Schools, AMIE is committed to:
- • Promoting and encouraging minority students to pursue engineering degrees
- • Increasing resources at HBCUs including scholarships, technical projects, curriculum development, grants/contracts and personal/professional development
- • Facilitating the recruitment of HBCU engineering co-op, interns and graduates to member organizations
- • Providing a forum for member organizations to exchange ideas on “Best Practices” and “Issues” related to developing a diverse engineering workforce
- •Facilitating the forging of Engineering Research and Technology Transfer Partnerships between the AMIE HBCU’s and the AMIE coalition non-academic members
The mission of Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE) is to be a catalyst that forges Industry/Government/Academic partnerships that support programs to advance minorities interest in engineering.
AMIE is the premier organization that develops industry, government and university partnerships to achieve diversity in the engineering workforce.
AMIE DESIGN CHALLENGE
The Objective of the Design Challenge:
The AMIE Brochure is a tool to introduce AMIE and the HBCU Schools of Engineering. It provides an overview of AMIE and insights into the capabilities of the (16) ABET Accredited HBCU Schools of Engineering.
In the News
Celebrating the accomplishments of and highlighting developments
pertaining to AMIE partners and HBCU Schools of Engineering, here’s what’s in the news.
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