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Kå-Låï Wðñg 黃嘉麗 Jul 18
The today has me with some guys I haven’t seen in a while. We are todaycelebrating I love what I do!
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Tugce Erdem Nov 15
Thanks to Turkish Electro Technology for giving this opportunity to all engineers and entrepreneurs to share their innovative ideas and present our project. Proud of being a ! Young engineers should be confident!
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Women in Engineering 15 Jan 14
How Lego can build Women Engineers.
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Codesmith 9 Mar 18
Happy (belated) International Women’s Day. I would like to take a moment to shout out these amazing women from Cohorts 19 and 20 who are absolutely killing it. They are going to be amazing role models for future generations of women coders! . . . .
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ilse Nov 8
Couldn’t be where I am and have discovered the person I am and will be without my parents’ sacrifices, forever grateful.
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SheCanCode 1 Dec 16
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Anna Ritzema 20 Jan 18
I have a son and a daughter- my daughter hands down is the engineer, tinkerer, fixer, builder my son theoretical, my daughter practical literally and physically 🤣
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Pam Cooper 12 Nov 15
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Lynne Sneed 19 Sep 17
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Teledyne e2v 19 Jul 18
Three Teledyne e2v colleagues attended a Women in Aerospace event today at International Airshow. They listened to inspiring leaders in the and industry discuss matters of inclusivity and the needs of the future.
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Engineering Memes 2 Nov 13
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Engineers Australia 21 May 18
Applications are now open for the World Federation of Engineering Organization's Women In Engineering Award. Check out the application details on their website
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Stanford Woods Institute Mar 8
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chibipan1818 Apr 25
How exciting! University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles Both choose me as an Bioengineering major
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PioneeringPaths Aug 1
A senior female is applying photoresist to a silicon wafer in a spinner. It's one of many steps in making a MEMS (micro electro-mechanical system) device on a silicon wafer.  
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Tessa May 1
Just went to a team meeting with 24 people, I was the only women in the room
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Jessye Talley, PhD Feb 20
Excited to be chosen for the 2019 cohort for LATTICE. Can't wait to connect and learn.
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Amina Hamoud 15 Feb 18
Last paragraph:" you have already conquered far more to be in this field than I will ever face" - Be inspired and motivated in whatever you choose to do!
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sara j duffoo Feb 24
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Melissa Marie 8 Jan 15
That moment when your STEM Calc teacher says no calculators on tests D:
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