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SWE News Releases
- 6/14/2021 – Society of Women Engineers, National Society of Black Engineers and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers collaborate on Women of Color in Engineering Collaborative
SWE in the News
- Carson Now
- Civil + Structural Engineer magazine
- The 50K Coalition Broadens Its Efforts to Graduate Diverse Engineering Students
- The Everygirl
- From the Editor – Medtronic‚Äôs Carol Malnati Talks about the Future of Remote Cardiac Device Monitoring
- The Post & Mail
- Karrie Trauth: ‚ÄúDream big and recognize the shadow you cast‚ Äù
- Olean Times Herald
- Women engineers: pay gaps, what interests girls, focus on altruism (FierceElectronics)
- Design Insights: Labor Shortage Reaches Crisis Stage; What’s Your Labor Situation?; A WISE Approach to the Problem (Machine Design)
- Reaching Gender Equity in STEM Professions (StackPath)
- Society of Women Engineers Holds Briefing on Research Trends in 2021 (Engineering.com)
- Inspirational Women in STEM and Tech: Shell Oil Company’s Karrie Trauth On The 5 Leadership Lessons She Learned From Her Experience (Medium)
- Great Colleges for Science and Engineering in the West (Great Colleges for Science and Engineering in the West)
- Reaching Gender Equity in STEM Professions (Hydraulics & Pneumatics)
- Redesigning the Designer’s Role (Hydraulics & Pneumatics)
- Young girls find role models in NMSU’s Society of Women Engineers
- Why does the pay gap still exist between men and women? (San Diego Union-Tribune)
- Best Career Tips To Maximize 2021’s ‘New Normal’—So Far (Forbes)
- What’s a ‘returnship’ and how can it boost Utah’s businesses? (Deseret News)
- Statement by Secretary Granholm on President Biden’s Nomination of Jill Hruby as NNSA Administrator (HPCwire)
- Inaugural Women in STEM Forum “Dare to Dream” begins April 7 (McKinnon Broadcasting)
- Grand Prix: Cavalry snags pole position (Purdue Exponent)
- Fellow’s project: open engineering doors for women (Beckley Register-Herald)
- Society of Women Engineers group at the University of Washington aims to close the gender gap (Beckley Register-Herald)
- Society of Women Engineers look to inspire, assist others (The Daily Citizen)
- Panelists provide young female engineers strategies for success (FIU News)
- The Society of Women Engineers fight for its place in a male-dominated field (Golden Gate Xpress)
- How Elon Musk Convinced Gwynne Shotwell to Join SpaceX (Wired)
- Inas Aweidah, VP of AECOM shares advice for Engineering Week (Houston Chronicle)
- From studying engineering to working on rovers that will land on other planets
- Weekly Now: The History of Women in Engineering, Through an Association’s Eyes (Associations Now)
- How Associations Are Celebrating Women Leaders (Associations Now)
- The Secret Success Of Women In STEM Jobs In 2020 (Forbes)
- Voices of Houston: Woman uses her engineering and innovative skills to help transform her community (KPRC)
- BizTalk with Bill Roy Podcast Episode 197: Kendra Johnson, Koch Industries (Wichita Business Journal)
- Speed School alumna has blazed a trail for women engineers (UofL News)
- Teacher Inspires Girls to Pursue STEM (Addison Magazine)
SWE’s Background and Mission
SWE was established in 1950, celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2015, and has over 40,000 members across the globe. SWE is the world’s largest advocate for all women in engineering and technology, offering a vast pool of resources to nurture personal and professional development. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through various training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, outreach, and advocacy activities.
SWE mission is to:
- Stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders Expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life Demonstrate the value of diversity
- SWE champions the value of diversity by being the catalyst for change.
- SWE inspires women to achieve their full potential as engineers and leaders.
- SWE will be there for women as they seek to be their authentic selves in all stages of their careers and lives.
- SWE is a resource to young girls and collegiates exploring future careers in engineering and technology.
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