I just learned that the SJW monsters have now officially invaded the engineering departments of some of the top universities! I used to teach for a while at Rensselaer Polytech in NY in Engineering. Worked in the basement. Heh. The lunatics bent on destroying civilization have breeched the walls of the Engineering and other Hard Sciences and are now being put in CHARGE of these departments despite having virtually no knowledge about this various skills.
We are so doomed. Here is the lady who now can lord it over all the males doing engineering stuff, Donna Riley from Princeton U:
My scholarship currently focuses on applying liberative pedagogies in engineering education, leveraging best practices from women’s studies and ethnic studies to engage students in creating a democratic classroom that encourages all voices.
O-M-G! She is going to force the young men to listen to continuous whining from some of the stupidest females on earth and then be flailed about being ‘racist’ and ‘mean’ and ‘inconsiderate’ and perhaps, ‘microaggressions due to existing.’
In 2005 I received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to support this work, which includes developing, implementing, and assessing curricular and pedagogical innovations based on liberative pedagogies and student input at Smith, and understanding how students at Smith conceptualize their identities as engineers.
Oh god, I know Smith college. I once was a guest lecturer there telling them how to become builders. Ahem: HARD WORK. And love broken finger nails and be respectful of the men working alongside and don’t be emotional except when working oneself up to slug someone for being stupid on the scaffolding.
Ahem. “You have to really like men to work with men and not be a flirt or demand they do special stuff for oneself, instead, give them all space, don’t crowd them and be very polite to their wives (always cultivated the wives).” Imagine giving this lecture today!
I seek as an engineering educator to be part of a paradigm shift that these pedagogies demand, repositioning concerns about diversity in science and engineering from superficial measures of equity as headcounts, to addressing justice and the genuine engagement of all students as core educational challenges.
DANGER: this female is a Madame Mao clone! She is now the BOSS of the school of Engineering and she will be domineering over all the staff and male students and will shove her lunatic ideology down their throats. This is extremely disgusting.
I currently teach traditional courses in the areas of chemical and environmental engineering, as well as elective courses on engineering and global development, science, technology, and ethics (cross-listed with SWG) and technological risk assessment and communication. I seek to revise engineering curricula to be relevant to a fuller range of student experiences and career destinations, integrating concerns related to public policy, professional ethics and social responsibility; de-centering Western civilization; and uncovering contributions of women and other underrepresented groups.
YIKES! She is going to move all the learning away from those evil white European/American males who built our civilization and is going to hammer them about how women and everyone else did more, not those pesky people like Edison or James Watt…I googled a list of engineers and got this: List of Famous Mechanical Engineers – Biographies, Timelines, Trivia & Life History.
Like the shocking online lists featured by Google, it has virtually NO famous engineers who are white males and did all their inventions 100 years ago, etc. Nope, it features virtually unknown females, guys from India, etc. It did have Telsa. But virtually no one else!
In EGR 330 (Engineering and Global Development), we critically evaluate past and current trends in appropriate and sustainable technology. We examine how technology influences and is influenced by globalization, capitalism and colonialism, and the role technology plays in movements that counter these forces. Gender is a key thread running through the course in examining issues of water supply and quality, food production and energy.
She is 100% a radical SJW far left wing Maoist female. I can hear that hissing voice of Madame Mao in my ear. I am so proud of my dad telling that bitch off right in her face in Beijing right after the Nixon visit!
What Is the Cultural Revolution? – YouTube
In EGR 205 (Science, Technology and Ethics), we consider questions such as who decides how science and engineering are done, who can participate in the scientific enterprise and what problems are legitimately addressed within these disciplines and professions.
It gets more terrifying:
We take up racist and colonialist projects in science, as well as the role of technology, culture and economic systems in the drive toward bigger, faster, cheaper and more automated production of goods. A course theme around technology and control provides for exploration of military, information, reproductive and environmental applications.
And here is the pure SJW head rot exploding and covering everything with thick green goo:
Using readings from philosophy, science and technology studies, and feminist and postcolonial science studies, we explore these topics and encounter new models of science and engineering that are responsive to ethical concerns.
A warning to anyone thinking of going to Purdue Perdition to study engineering: the enemy has won. She and her evil ilk now rule the roost there. You are all doomed. Sorry about that. Those who are still there, I feel sorry for you all. I hope you fight this female tooth and nail.
She is aiming straight at you all. She wants you utterly under her heel and begging for mercy and have you all crawl on your bellies and wailing, ‘I am evil and sinful, please don’t beat me, great overlord female rulers!’ You have to FIGHT and fight hard!
Engineering education has been infiltrated by a “phalanx of social justice warriors” who are steadily corrupting the field, according to a Michigan State University professor.
Yup, these female monsters are aiming right at your forehead, Professor Indrek. I suggest you look at pictures of the Cultural Revolution in China to see your own future.
“They have sought out the soft underbelly of engineering, where phrases such as ‘diversity’ and ‘different perspectives’ and ‘racial gaps’ and ‘unfairness’ and ‘unequal outcomes’ make up the daily vocabulary,” asserts Mechanical Engineering professor Indrek Wichman in an essay published Wednesday by the James G. Martin Center.
“Instead of calculating engine horsepower or microchip power/size ratios or aerodynamic lift and drag, the engineering educationists focus on group representation, hurt feelings, and ‘microaggressions’ in the profession,” Wichman adds.
Oh, it is worse than that. They hate civilization, they hate industry, they hate inventions, they in particular, hate white males who have bigger brains.
Wichman goes on to highlight the “ambitious agenda” of Dr. Donna Riley, the recently appointed dean of Purdue’s engineering school, as an example of the extent of social justice “infiltration” at the school.
According to her faculty page, Riley aims to “revise engineering curricula to be relevant to a fuller range of student experiences and career destination” by incorporating “concerns related to…social responsibility,” focusing on “de-centering Western civilization,” and “uncovering contributions of women and other underrepresented groups.”
In addition, she has taught classes addressing topics like “racist and colonialist projects in science” and using “feminist and postcolonial science studies” to study engineering issues.”
“Riley’s purpose seems not to be how best to train new engineers but to let everyone know how bad engineers have been,” Witchman remarks, reminding readers that this is just one example of the creeping influence of social justice theory in engineering.
Brave of him to fight back but words won’t stop these monsters. They fully intend to destroy you all, utterly and totally and then have us all run around waving little red books and chanting in unison, praising Big Sister Madame Mao.
Here is another man worried about the future: Engineering Education: Social Engineering Rather than Actual Engineering — The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal
Alas, the world we engineers envisioned as young students is not quite as simple and straightforward as we had wished because a phalanx of social justice warriors, ideologues, egalitarians, and opportunistic careerists has ensconced itself in America’s college and universities. The destruction they have caused in the humanities and social sciences has now reached to engineering.
One of the features of their growing power is the phenomenon of “engineering education” programs and schools. They have sought out the soft underbelly of engineering, where phrases such as “diversity” and “different perspectives” and “racial gaps” and “unfairness” and “unequal outcomes” make up the daily vocabulary. Instead of calculating engine horsepower or microchip power/size ratios or aerodynamic lift and drag, the engineering educationists focus on group representation, hurt feelings, and “microaggressions” in the profession.
Yes, they have been stealthily infiltrating into the Engineering departments. I was an early arrival, way back in 1994, I was the only female working in inside the deep belly of the Engineering department, teaching young men and a very rare female.
Now there are a number of Asian females working away in the basement where I was the only one most of the time. Good for them. But the school better not pander to them! I didn’t let anyone pander to me!
A flood of squalling, wailing, hair tearing, crying females are on the horizon, determined to scream, weep and snarl their way into power in this last bastion of male sanity. I feel very sorry for all the men who will be destroyed by this flood of floozies.
But then, they could fight back. Maybe the men should all go on strike and force women to do all the dangerous jobs? That may fix this mess. But again, there are many men who don’t understand how to build anything or why some things don’t work when built wrong. HAHAHA. Engineers are an elite group, indeed. And even they can make bad mistakes. But at least much of the time, they work just fine. I hope. Arg.