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Fall Issue of SWE Magazine: Navigating Your Engineering Career

View SWE Magazine’s fall issue today by downloading our mobile app. Get it on iTunes or Google Play.

Published On: September 2017

View SWE Magazine’s fall issue today by downloading our mobile app. Get it today on iTunes or Google Play.

SWE MagazineThis issue’s feature story focuses on what it takes to have a successful career in engineering. The path to a fulfilling, flourishing engineering career is sometimes altered by unexpected turns. In the midst of it all, figuring out one’s niche can be an exhilarating experience, requiring reflection on what is most important in terms of personal interests, environment, location, and many other factors.

Learn more about SWE’s recently installed FY18 President Jonna Gerken and the new board of directors. We also introduce you to this year’s theme: Always Connecting…Always Engineering.

Become empowered and inspired by our 2017 women leaders in academe. Elaine Scott, Ph.D., is dean of the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math at the University of Washington Bothell, and Nada Marie Anid, Ph.D., serves as dean of the New York Institute of Technology’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

APEXRead about the importance of designing foods and food systems that meet safety and nutritional requirements — while offering appealing and palatable choices.

Congratulations on SWE Magazine being a 2017 APEX winner!

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