SWE Outstanding Collegiate Member, Ritu Raman, discusses starting a GradSWE group and the impact of her connection with her SWE peers.
SWE's is saddened to hear that its first African-American member, Yvonne Young (Y.Y.) Clark, P.E., F.SWE, has died on Jan. 27, 2019, at the age of 89. Clark joined in 1952, just one year after graduating from Howard University, where she was the first woman to graduate with a degree in mechanical engineering.
This month, SWE's live, online learning programs will help you re-enter the STEM workforce, and communicate your unique career transition story.
Save the date and come join us at the Startup Grind Global Conference - Silicon Valley, Feb 12-13. WE members are invited to join for free.
Congratulations to SWE’s Honna George for being named to Association Forum’s 40 Under 40 list for 2018! Honna was honored at a December awards ceremony that featured the best-and-the-brightest of young association/nonprofit professionals.
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.