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New Faces of Engineering Awards

SWE wants women engineers like you to get the recognition you deserve. That’s why we’re seeking nominations for the New Faces of Engineering Awards.

Published On: November 2015

SWE wants women engineers like you to get the recognition you deserve. That’s why we’re seeking nominations for the New Faces of Engineering Awards. These prestigious awards recognize the outstanding talents our next generation of engineering leaders have shown on projects that impact public welfare or professional development.

Nominate a colleague or even yourself! Engineering collegiates and professional engineers age 30 or younger should apply now.

Download the 2016 New Faces Nomination Guide and complete the online form by midnight Eastern Time Nov. 20, 2015. The online form must be completed in one session and cannot be saved mid-completion.

You must be a SWE member to be one of our nominees. Selected collegiates will receive a $500-$1,000 scholarship, and professionals will be featured in national/local media and on DiscoverE’s website. SWE will also celebrate the New Faces of Engineering Awards through social media and more. We will select our 2016 nominees in February, and the awards will be announced April 4, 2016. New Faces of Engineering is a program of DiscoverE and its partners.

SWE strives to recognize the successes of our members who enhance the engineering profession through their contributions in education, at work and within the community. By nominating a deserving SWE candidate, you can help shine a spotlight on the unique accomplishments of our bright, young women engineers and technologists.

Take a look at last year’s SWE professional nominees for the New Faces in Engineering Awards:

Lauren Showers, Society of Women Engineers

Lauren Showers, 3M Automotive Aftermarket

Adriana Penuela, Society of Women Engineers

Adriana Penuela, DuPont

Allison Wright, Society of Women Engineers

Allison Wright, Spirit AeroSystems

Chris Cordova, Society of Women Engineers

Chris Cordova, Honeywell Aerospace

Leah Dhuria, Society of Women Engineers

Leah Dhuria, Medtronic

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