The pipeline problem is used to conceal the real reasons why there is a lack of female, Black and Hispanic representation in STEM fields.
In this podcast, Penny Wirsing, SWE FY19 President, discusses SWE’s India Gender Bias Study with lead researcher Joan C. Williams.
October 11th is celebrated as National Coming Out Day (NCOD) in the United States. In honor of NCOD, Natalie explores the concept of closets, the value of living as your authentic self and provides some tips on coming out at work in this issue of her blog Live Out Loud.
Join E4C in NYC at Impact.Engineered in October to connect, share insights and celebrate those who are dedicated to ensuring a sustainable future for us all.
The Society of Women Engineers is a resource organization for a new original series on Hulu, The First, starring Sean Penn and Natascha McElhone.
Breaking Boundaries immerses players in the lives and work environments of Jane Goodall, Grace Hopper, and Marie Curie with more to come.
Share a photo of your female role model with the hashtags #SeeHerBeHer and #WomensEqualityDay.
Through partnering with Nasdaq to highlight the need for more women in engineering, almost 50 female engineers gathered in Times Square in August to be present for the Opening Bell Ceremony. We are pleased to share reflections from the event through this blog.