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Renee Frohnert, electronics engineer at Lockheed Martin Space, discusses her trials, failures and triumphs as a woman engineer who has succeeded in making her dreams of working with NASA a reality.
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As you relax and enjoy your summer, take a few minutes to view our "Milestones for College Preparation," broken up by year in high school. Clicking on each image will allow you to view a larger PDF.
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In a two-part series on SWE's Diverse podcast, Anne Perusek, SWE's director of editorial and publications, and Troy Eller English, SWE's archivist, celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing and the SWE members who helped humankind r...