Join Us for the WE20 State of Women in Engineering Panel

Join us for this WE20 comprehensive presentation to learn more about current research trends on the state of women in engineering.
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State of Women in Engineering

Thursday, November 5, 1:45 – 2:45 p.m. CST

Join Us for the WE20 State of Women in Engineering Panel State of Women in EngineeringJoin us for this WE20 comprehensive presentation to learn more about current research trends on the state of women in engineering. During this special event, you will hear from one of the SWE Literature Review authors as she frames the discussion and points to the current research landscape regarding data on women in engineering, gender bias, workplace culture, and more. We will share an update on SWE’s own research studies, including findings on the impact of COVID-19 on women in engineering. Expanding on the research shared in SWE Magazine’s State of Women in Engineering 2020 issue regarding “the broken rung,”— which has been identified as a barrier to women’s  success — Michelle Brown, COO for Pinsight, will share findings from Pinsight’s recent report, “Repairing the Broken Rung: Overcoming Bias in the Leadership Pipeline.”

SPEAKERS: Peggy Layne, P.E., F.SWE; Roberta Rincon, Ph.D.; and Michelle Brown


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