Episode 78: Spooky Stories in Engineering
We think of Halloween as goblins and trick-or-treating. But this spooky holiday can also bring back memories of workplace horrors for women engineers. In this SWE Diverse episode based on a recent SWE Magazine article, Chicago-based journalist and SWE Magazine contributor Sandra Guy speaks with several women who are telling their spooky stories — how they’ve overcome those terror-filled times so perhaps, you can be encouraged that you, too, can prevail. We can all stand to learn something from the spooky stories of each of our guests: Brianne C. Martin, Sarvenaz Myslicki, Lisa Rimpf, Karen Chan, and Stella Uzochukwu-Denis.
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- Episode 73: The Future of the Engineering Workforce with Sarah Watzman
- Episode 72: Kim Varga on Using Disruption to Advance Your Career
- Episode 71: WE19 Keynote and Disney Engineer, Rachel Hutter
- Episodes 69 & 70: One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Woman Engineering Kind
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