"Today, diversity has been broadly defined as being open to the individual talents, skills, ideas and insights that everyone brings to the table. Differences of perspective could arise from race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation or identity, nationality or physical challenges."
So writes Dr. James H. Johnson, Jr., F.ASCE, in his message as guest editor of the January 2008 special diversity issue of Leadership and Management in Engineering. Read the full letter here.
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