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Review Details: Leaders in Engineering Excellence and Diversity

Leaders in Engineering Excellence and Diversity (LEED)

Edits are no longer accepted for records associated with fiscal year 2018.
Background Information
Is the initiative active?(*Required)Are you continuing to plan for this initiative?
Active
Title(*Required)Name of your initiative
Leaders in Engineering Excellence and Diversity
AcronymShort name to identify initiative (e.g., DIP, DDEEA, UHS)
LEED
TypeCategory that best characterizes your initiative
Event
Description of initiativeDescription of initiative
The Leaders in Engineering Excellence and Diversity (LEED) Scholars Program is a competitive scholarship program, designed to attract academically talented women and students from groups historically underrepresented in the field of engineering.
This initiative is on behalf of a registered student organization (RSO)Registered Student Organizations (RSO) are groups or associations that are operated by students at UW-Madison who are registered with the Center for Leadership and Involvement
Initiative is not on behalf of a RSO.
Division (Department)-Unit(*Required)Division, department, and unit responsible for initiative
College of Engineering (ENGINEERING DIVERSITY AFFAIRS OFFICE)-DIVERSITY AFFAIRS
Founding date(*Required)Date initiative was established
09/08/2003
Initiative mission statementGive a formal summary of the aims and values of the initiative or a live link
Vision statementGive an aspirational description of what your initiative would like to achieve or accomplish in the mid-term or long-term future, or provide a live link
Our goal is to recruit and graduate leaders in engineering with a passion for service to community and social justice.
Website URLProvide initiatives website URL. If there is none, please leave blank.
TagsTags are labels used to group similar initiatives
Academic: Advising, Tutoring, Class, Course, Lecture, Career/Professional Development: Training, Class, Course, Leadership, Career Services, Cultural/Heritage, Fundraising, Scholarship, Recruitment, STEM

Initiative Data for Fiscal Year:

FY-2018 Logistics(*Required)

Frequency
This fiscal year requires an active initiative date range.
Participants
Participant count is required.
(*Required)Number of people who participated in the initiative
Participants Charged is required.
(*Required)Indicate whether or not participants had to pay a fee to participate
Indicate whether the initiative is open to those that were not apart of the targeted audience

Population Served(*Required)Intended audience of initiative:

Student
All Undergraduates
First-Generation College Students
Low-Income Students
Ability
Person(s) with a Disability
Person(s) without a Disability
Ethnicity
Hispanic (Cuban, Puerto Rican, Mexican, Mexican American, Chicanx)
Hispanic: Other
Non-Hispanic
Gender
Men
Women
Transgender, Non-binary/genderqueer/gender fluid, Intersex, Stud/boi, Two Spirit, Not Listed
Orientation
Straight
Gay
Lesbian
Bisexual/pansexual/fluid, Same gender loving, Two Spirit, Not Listed
Queer
Asexual
Race
African American/Black
American Indian/Alaska Native
Asian-Other
Asian-Southeast (Cambodian, Vietnamese, Hmong, Laotian)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
White

FY-2018 Contacts, Departments, and Sponsors(*Required)

Contact People
JS
Jeff Scholl
Phone (608) 263-5367
Sponsors (People)
This fiscal year has no active person sponsors.
Organization Sponsors
This fiscal year has no active organization sponsors.
Affiliated Units
This fiscal year has no active affiliated units.

FY-2018 General Information(*Required)

Goals
This fiscal year has no active goals.