The Association of Computer/Information Sciences and Engineering Departments at Minority Institutions (ADMI) was founded in August 1989. It was established as a national organization dedicated to exploring and providing remedies to the educational issues in computer/information science and computer engineering that confront minority institutions of higher education.
The 2005 symposium was entitled "Modeling
Diversity in Computing and Engineering".
This event allowed participants to
share research, teaching methods, and
current topics in computing and engineering
that affect the multicultural world we
live in. Symposium
Co-Chairs for this event were:
- Ramon Vasquez-Espinosa,
- Anand Sharma, UPR
- Edward Jones, FAMU,
- Robert Willis, Hampton
An important facet of this symposium
was the opportunity to explore collaborations
between major research institutions,
industry and minority institutions. Students
presented papers and explored graduate
Each year, ADMI hosts a symposium devoted to computing issues relevant to minority students, education and institutions. The 2003 symposium was held in Washington, D.C. and hosted by the University of the District of Columbia and Howard University followed by the 2004 symposium in Orlando, Florida. Highlights from these past symposiums can be reached by the menu to the left.