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Attending is not just empowering, it’s inspiring—and Evelyn Cortez-Davis encourages everyone to attend! Register today and get ready for a life-changing experience!
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"Her findings led to cautions against X-rays for pregnant women. She also discovered that the presence of the Y chromosome meant a mammalian embryo was male." Can you guess who it is? via
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"Having women instructors and women mentors from my workplace, I've never felt inferior or worried that being a woman would slow me down in any way. At least in my case, I feel and can see firsthand that the world is changing."
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Artist Carol Prusa Honors the Women Behind Moon Landing at Boca Raton Museum: via
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SWE Aug 19
“Strength lies in differences, not in similarity.” In diversity and inclusion lies an important ingredient of organizational growth and success. Read what , a and FY20 Global Ambassador, has to say about What Diversity ISN’T here:
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SWE Aug 19
Meet A. Lalitha: India’s First Woman Electrical Engineer: via
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SWE Aug 19
How do you cope with stress? Breathing exercises helpful to you. Try out A Daily Reset: Mindfulness and Stress Reduction On-Demand webinar today, where you will identify ways to reduce stress and increase creativity.
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SWE Aug 18
Take a look at some of our SWE fast facts and see what you know! 🤔
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SWE Aug 18
Looking for ways to get more involved in WE Local? Consider joining one of our committees for conference planning. SWE is currently actively recruiting for Local Host Committee (LHC) members. Click here for more info!
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SWE Aug 17
Working hard and not getting discouraged throughout your journey as an engineer is important. Know that “YOU CAN DO IT,” says Nadia Hussain, Senior Systems Engineer at The University.
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SWE Aug 16
Psst... Did you hear?! The schedule is posted! Go ahead and take a look for yourself!
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SWE Aug 16
Members in SWE are part of a nearly 70-year engineering legacy. Now their commitment is formally being recognized with membership milestone pins. How special is that! 🤩 How long have you been a member of SWE for? Let us know by commenting below!👇👇
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SWE Aug 16
Meet Ruth Gordon Schnapp! California’s first woman structural engineer: via
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SWE Aug 16
Engineering students at the recently got the opportunity to travel to Prague in the Czech Republic to build 2 sets for the , an international event showcasing the best in performance design, scenography & theatre architecture.
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SWE Aug 15
talks about the four public speaking myths ..... 1: Don’t memorize your script or you’ll look stilted. 2: Start with a joke. 3: Don’t talk about how nervous you are. 4: If you’re nervous, imagine your audience in their underwear.
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SWE Aug 15
Want to get a comped collegiate registration pass? Sponsored by Discover, click here to apply through 9/6/19 for free registration to SWE's Annual Conference.
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SWE Aug 15
“SWE helps me lead by exposing me to great leaders and fresh new ideas,” says SWE professional Christina Poon. Attending WE19 will help YOU gain NEW ideas and inspire you in your engineering career. Register for WE19 today!
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SWE Aug 15
There’s a rich history of women in STEM who have changed the world. Inspiring figures like Marie Curie, Countess Ada Lovelace and many more rightly hold pop culture titles of “greatest women in STEM”. via
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SWE Aug 15
Did you know that also has a Parent/Educator Program (PEP)? Learn about engineering careers, scholarships, college admission and resources! Click here to learn more and to register.
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SWE Aug 14
"There's an upward trend of Utah women completing STEM-related studies, but researchers say they are still underrepresented in the state's STEM labor pool and their completion rates are lagging behind the national average." via
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