In this Diverse podcast episode, Dr. Kristina Ropella, first female dean at Marquette University’s Opus College of Engineering, speaks to FY19 SWE President Penny Wirsing about her goal of changing the face of engineering.
When it comes to working families, employers and politicians tend to focus on new mothers and fathers. Yet parents who leave the workforce when their kids are young but later want to reenter it might be corporate America’s greatest untapped resource.
WE19 will connect you with speakers who have the talent, experience, and vision to grow your mindset and push you to grow as a person and woman engineer. Read on to learn more about this year’s keynote speakers: impressive women from Disney, Medtronic and 3M.
SWE has partnered with Canada’s Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) to provide our members with access to increased training, career services and networking opportunities, which will contribute to the professional success of both SWE and OSPE members.
Leadership expert Tara Mohr shares insightful strategies to navigate difficult criticism and to embrace situations that might bring negative feedback.
Using coaching experience and self-reflection exercises, Tara Mohr helps guide participants through issues of self-doubt and provide practical applications to overcome it.
On Saturday, April 6th, collegiates and professionals from across Wisconsin and upper Michigan congregated in Oshkosh, WI, for professional development sessions, to network with their peers, and to celebrate the annual SWE-WI dinner and awards.