WE19 will be here before you know it, and we’re excited to announce the Parent Educator Program (PEP) panelists for Invent It. Build It. have been selected!
Calling all teachers, scout leaders, community leaders, families, friends, and rocket enthusiasts of all ages around the world! Wherever you are, we want you to join in the Apollo 11 launch 50th anniversary celebration with a rocket launch! The Global Launch is open to anyone who wants to participate, whether your group is large or small, or even a party of one.
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.
SWE member Martina G. Efeyini talks about the positive impacts of mentoring the next generation of STEM students.
If you’re a 6th-12th grade student interested or active in STEM, check out the upcoming opportunities through the Society of Women Engineers’ annual conference in Anaheim, CA this November.
Educators want students to develop the critical thinking and knowledge base that comes from a liberal arts education. They also hope to encourage the kinds of “Steve Jobs moments” that can come from studying outside one’s major.
We all want to turn the “no-go zones” into “go zones” in preschools and develop a pipeline of female engineers. But we need foundational research to find the best ways to do this.