Moore delivers Distinguished Lecture at National Science Foundation

Moore delivers Distinguished lecture at National Science Foundation

Dr. James L. Moore III, delivered the Directorate for Engineering (ENG) Distinguished Lecture on Creating a Culture of Inclusion for the National Science Foundation. The lecture was entitled, “An Engineering Ecosystem of Inclusion and Broadening Impact: Using a Collective Impact Framing.”

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Investments in engineering research and education are critical building blocks for the nation's future prosperity. Engineering breakthroughs address national challenges, such as smart manufacturing, resilient infrastructure and sustainable energy systems. Engineering also brings about new opportunities in areas ranging from advanced photonics to prosthetic devices.

Research funded by the National Science Foundation's Directorate for Engineering has enriched the understanding of natural systems, enhanced electronics, fortified the nation's infrastructure and introduced the exciting possibilities of engineering to the next generation.

Dr. Moore is vice provost for Diversity and Inclusion and chief diversity officer and Executive Director for Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male and a Education and Human Ecology Distinguished Professor of Urban Education.

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