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Stories about SWE members, engineering, technology, and other STEM-related topics.
In our second of four #GivingTuesday Program Profiles, we feature the SWE Scholarship Fund which distributed $810,000 in scholarships this year.
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Soon-to-be centenarian Jeanne Brodie exemplifies the truisms, “once an engineer, always an engineer” and “once an artist, always an artist.” Possessing considerable abilities, determination, and resilience, she flourished in both disciplines.
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100 years after women gained the right to vote, suffragists’ words underscore the importance of cyberspace protectors’ work.