In this Diverse podcast episode, Dr. Kerri Phillips, who holds a PhD in aerospace engineering, speaks about the TEDxWomen talk she gave to high school students interested in pursuing STEM careers.
Learn how nonprofit "Boolean Girl" is bringing diversity to tech by engaging girls and under-represented groups with meaningful, hands-on instruction and sustained exposure to computer science and engineering.
The "Maker Day for Creative Girls" workshop in Salzburg, Austria gave girls 10-17 years old an opportunity to try different STEM activities like steering a large robot, programming mBots, 3D printing, building motorized LEGO models, creating LED jewelry, and more!
This past weekend, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) jetted down to Houston, Texas for weekend number one of the For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology (FIRST) Robotics Championship 2019.
In this podcast episode, SWE President Penny Wirsing (FY19) talks to Elizabeth Loboa, the first female dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri. Her path wasn’t always clear, but she stayed with it — and she encourages students to do the same.
On Saturday, February 23, 2019, on the last day of Engineer’s Week, SWE Affiliate Jakarta hosted a first-time outreach event called “For the Love of STEAM,” targeted toward girls 5-15 years old.