At the beginning of December, Ikpotokin Peace, a Global Affiliate member, represented SWE at the 2019 Women in Leadership Summit held at the Autograph Hotel in Nigeria.
A survey has revealed that both men and women engineers working in India face high levels of bias at the workplace.
SWE conducted a nationwide survey of almost 700 engineers to identify the existence of bias patterns in India’s engineering workplace. The study provides insight into the gender bias experiences of Indian engineers working for Western engineering companies.
This week's meeting focused on the advancement of women in engineering and technology within the workforce and at universities, highlighting the innovative and extraordinary work and research of women in the global engineering community.
GradSWE is comprised of graduate students and professionals engaged in supporting the needs of graduate student members of the Society of Women Engineers.
Anagha Kshirsagar attended the WE Local Career Fair where she fulfilled her dream by getting an engineering job in the aerospace industry.
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SWE Past President Jessica Rannow interviews SWE's Global Ambassador in Canada, Karen Chan.
I was given the opportunity to oversee the SWE Global Programs booth in the Spark Center at WE18 in Minneapolis. It was my first chance to talk with members and understand why SWE means so much to them.