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You have a place in CEAT 

We are committed to excellence in leading inclusivity and strengthening educational learning and leadership through collaboration.  In support of OSU's Institutional Diversity's mission, CEAT's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs provide support to recruit, retain, and graduate all students majoring in engineering, architecture and technology.  The OSU CEAT community welcomes people of all backgrounds and values individuality. 
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CEAT Student Organizations

Looking for a community?  CEAT student organizations are a great way to connect, learn and get involved in the college.  Find your community by exploring all the student organizations CEAT has to offer.

CEAT Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Programs

CEAT offers a number of programs to enrich student academics and leadership through programming, networking, workshops and mentorship.

Our History

In 1974, the Council of Partners Advisory Board was formed, consisting of industrial leaders who were committed to providing academic support to underprivileged minority students who are majoring in engineering, architecture and technology.

CEAT and NACME Partnership

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) is the largest provider of college scholarships for underrepresented minorities pursuing degrees at schools of engineering. NACME serves as a catalyst to increase the proportion of African American, American Indian, and Latino young women and men in STEM careers inspiring and encouraging excellence in engineering education and career development toward achieving a diverse and dynamic American workforce. CEAT’s Partnership with NACME helps to improve retention of minority engineers. For more information and scholarship opportunities visit http://www.nacme.org/

Engineering Deans Diversity Initiative

Dr. Paul Tikalsky, Dean of the Oklahoma State University College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology is among many of the Deans of the finest Engineering colleges in America who have signed onto the American Society for Engineering Education’s (ASEE) Deans Diversity Initiative. In doing so, he has committed, through specific actions, to provide increased opportunity to pursue meaningful engineering careers to women and other underrepresented demographic groups. 

ASEE recognizes OSU

ASEE is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology.  In 2014-2015, ASEE created the Engineering Deans Diversity Initiative collaborating with deans of engineering across the United States committed to provide increased opportunity to underrepresented demographic groups.
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