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The Office of Economic Impact and Diversity (ED) advises the Secretary on the impact of energy policies, regulations, and DOE programs on minority communities, minority institutions, and specific segments of the U.S. population. Learn More.


As Director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity, the Honorable James E. Campos works with minority communities, businesses, and students to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, ensuring that minorities are afforded opportunities to participate in the important mission areas of the Department. Learn more.

The Office of Economic Impact and Diversity can be reached at 1000 Independence Ave., SW Washington, DC 20585, Phone:  (202) 586-8383   Fax:  (202) 586-3075. Learn more.

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Fort Valley State University’s CDEP, M-SEA, Student Visit
On July 12, 2018, participants in the pre-collegiate Fort Valley State University’s Cooperative Development Energy program visited the DOE.
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DOE Celebrates MLK50
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and in special commemoration of the 50th anniversary of his passing, the Office of Economic Impact and Divers
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Energy Visits G.I.R.L. 2017
A re-cap of the Department of Energy's visit to G.I.R.L. 2017 in Ohio.
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Mentoring Café Gives Middle-Schoolers a Taste of Science
In show-and-tell chats with Los Alamos researchers, Santa Fe Indian School students try out hands-on science in the DOE education initiative
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DOE Joins AISES Pledge to Encourage Natives in STEM
DOE has joined AISES in its #PledgeNativesInSTEM campaign, an effort to raise awareness and facilitate dialogue on the importance of STEM for natives.
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Five Fast Facts About Evelyn Boyd Granville

Dr. Evelyn Boyd Granville was the second African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in mathematics and worked on early U.S. space missions.

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Commemorating Black History: Contributions of African Americans to the Manhattan Project

The Department of Energy commemorates the contributions of African Americans to the Manhattan Project at Hanford Reservation.

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