Do students from underrepresented groups feel integrated into engineering degrees?
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This Research Work in Progress paper examines the perception of discrimination that foreign-born students feel in engineering degrees. To this end, a survey was distributed to 928 engineering students, of which 298 responded. The first results suggest that foreign-born students feel more discriminated against than native-born students and that this perception of discrimination is correlated with satisfaction and dropout. The reasons, situations, and people that caused these discriminations were also studied, being academic activities, professors and peers the most relevant ones. In the following phases of the study, the survey will be extended to the rest of the university schools to compare the results and deepen the analysis
CitationBalta, R.; Olmedo, N.; Peña, M. Do students from underrepresented groups feel integrated into engineering degrees? A: Frontiers in Education Conference. "IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE 2020: Uppsala, Sweden, October 21-24, 2020". 2020, p. 1-5. ISBN 978-1-7281-8961-1. DOI 10.1109/FIE44824.2020.9273967.
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