SWE member and pageant contestant Michelle Lin urges all engineers and future engineers to remember: “You are not just your major, and you deserve to pursue all your passions in equal capacity.”
Has SWE become more inclusive over the years? Tune in for this Diverse podcast with two past Hispanic SWE presidents—Anna Salguero and Alma Martinez Fallon—hosted by Bianca McCartt, co-lead of the SWE Latinos Affinity Group. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month, SWEsters!
SWE has evolved since its founding in 1950. So, too, have pageants. We want to be at the forefront of showing all that women have to offer, so when SWE Member Michelle Lin reached out to us about sponsoring her in a pageant, we were all ears.
The FY20 Wow! Innovation Challenge #1 recognizes the innovative outreach techniques being used by SWE sections, MALs and global affiliates in the form of a $1,000 outreach stipend. FY20 Wow! Innovation Challenge #1 There are many great organizations that share SWE's core values to foster an interest in STEM and empower young women. Partnering with
SWE Member Morgan Balog had no idea the retail industry had career opportunities for engineers until she attended the NRF Foundation Student Program in January.
SWE members Deena Disraelly and Laura Itle are part of an Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) research team that was recognized with an Honorable Mention Award in the U.S. General Services Administration’s and the Office of Management and Budget’s Government Effectiveness Advanced Research (GEAR) Center challenge.
Please join us for our October 15th call to discuss ways to prepare for mentoring at WE19. All members welcome!
Meet Rosa Rueda, Ph.D., a chemical engineer from Colombia who now works as a Product Quality Specialist for the Whiting Refinery in Indiana.