In observance of Hispanic Heritage Month which takes place from September 15th to October 15th, SWE will be highlighting Hispanic and Latino engineers and technologists via history ‘lessons’, personal blog posts, and a podcast. HAPPY HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, SWESTERS!
Corlis Murray and Abbott Laboratories are passionate about bringing more young women into the world of STEM. Here, Corlis shares how they are going about this, as well as Abbott’s in-depth blueprint that companies can use to inspire and start their own high school internship programs.
The subjects of the Rice University study will be college students in an engineering design course. Over the course of a year, the students will fill out regular surveys and performance ratings of their fellow team members. The researchers will evaluate the impact of discrimination on the daily lives and long-term career aspirations of these women.
This entry of Natalie’s blog “Live Out Loud” is an open letter of gratitude to the leaders making a difference for transgender inclusion in the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Thank you!
In honor of the second annual LGBTSTEM Day on July 5, 2019, Eos dives into the issues of visibility for people of sexual and gender minorities in the sciences. How does being open at work affect scientists’ ability to perform? How does visibility affect young scientists’ growth? And how are LGBTQ+ people still missing from our data sets?
Reinvented Magazine is the first of its kind, revolutionizing the classic fashion and beauty magazine young women crave with their addition of content featuring inspiring stories of women in STEM defying the odds in their field and articles covering the latest tech news.
Finding the best emerging tech talent means using strategic sourcing initiatives to reach the right candidates on the right channels at the right time.