Diversity Resources

This section is to provide information, opportunities and experience to students of all cultures and to support the University's mission of respecting individual differences and to ensure success to students from diverse cultures.

Diversity Publications

The Career Center has many diversity related career publications for your job search and career development. The books listed below are located in the Career Center Café (Garey Hall, room 117) and must remain within the Café. The magazines listed below are located in the Career Café and are free and available for students and alumni.

  • General Diversity Equal Opportunity:
    The Career Magazine for Minority Graduates (Magazine)..
    Job Choices: Diversity Edition (Magazine)..
    Minority Engineer (Magazine)..
    Career Success Is Color-Blind: Overcoming Prejudice and Eliminating Barriers in the Workplace by Ollie Stevenson (Book).
    Pathways to Career Success for Minorities by Ferguson Press (Book).
  • African American:
    The Black Collegian (Magazine).
    Black Engineer & Information Technology (Magazine).
    Black Equal Opportunity Employment Journal (Magazine).
    Careers and the DisABLED (Magazine).
    Job Strategies for People with Disabilities by Daniel Ryan (Book).
    Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities by Melanie Witt (Book).
  • Hispanic:
    Hispanic Career World (Magazine).
    Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology (Magazine).
    Hispanic Network Magazine (Magazine).
    2003-2004 National Directory of Scholarships, Internships, and Fellowships for Latino Students by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (Book).
  • LGBT:
    The Lavender Road to Success: Career Guide for the Gay Community by Kirk Snyder (Book).
  • Women:
    Woman Engineer (Magazine).
    Inc. Your Dreams: For any woman who is thinking about her own business by Rebecca Maddox (Book).
    Be Your Own Mentor: Strategies from Top Women on the Secrets of Success by Sheila Wellington (Book).

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