#ILookLikeAnEngineer campaign shows that an engineer can be anyone, irregardless of appearance. SWE encourages women to be proud of their authentic selves.
Writing off the men who make sexist jokes does nothing to promote the cause of gender equality in STEM fields. Open conversation and dialog about the issues does.
Female millennials are estimated to form approximately 25 percent of the global workforce by 2020 and will soon become a powerful force within the workplace.
SWE Executive Director and CEO Karen Horting talks about why we need more underrepresented and underserved groups working in chemical engineering.
The tides are turning for the engineering field. Stereotypes are being challenged and the media is shaping an exciting future in engineering.
Recent studies illustrate areas of concern critical in identifying and defining issues leading to underrepresentation of women in STEM.
SWE’s new eLearning series, Diversity in Engineering Matter, explores the importance of promoting diversity into your business.