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Diversity and Inclusion, Research
This study included an analysis of over 2,300 publicly listed companies around the world and numerous interviews and surveys of women at various stages of their careers. The report highlights the gender inequality that exists in multiple industries, bu...
Collegiates, Global, K-12 Outreach
The SWE Lagos Global Affiliate in Nigeria organized an event titled “Engineering Outreach for Girls” on the 12th of March, 2020 in celebration of International Women’s Day. The event, which took place at the Chemical Engineering Department of the Unive...
Collegiates, COVID-19 blog series, Member News
Over the next few weeks, we invite you to join us for a short-form blog series on how SWE Members are navigating the world amidst COVID-19. In this first blog, we are pleased to feature Elizabeth Jones from Arizona State University.