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.
Funding for various STEM Education programs, NSF, and NASA likely to remain flat or see slight increases from action within the House and Senate, despite efforts by the Administration to eliminate funding forkey line items within these areas. Bi-partisan support resulted in the passage of an updated Career and Technical Education bill, which as signed into law last month.
To advocate for the full inclusion of women in the engineering workforce, SWE held its 2018 Congressional Outreach Days in DC this past March. This story is part of a series of post-event reflections shared by participants.
We encourage you to share this information about a number of competitive grant opportunities for various education partnerships to expand K-12 STEM education.
Letter seeks to address funding disparities and shortfalls for critical research and STEM funding as originally proposed with the FY19 Federal Budget.
SWE & Keysight Technologies Present Critical Factors for Successful Cross Sector Partnerships at Engineering Diversity Conference
The presentation specifically focused on Keysight Technologies involvement and support of the SWE Collegiate Leadership Institute at SWE’s Annual Conference.
In episode #3 of our Tales from the Archives podcast series, SWE Archivist Troy Eller English and Director of Publications Anne Perusek uncover stories of gender bias and sexual harassment.