In this Diverse podcast episode sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Online, FY20 SWE President Cindy Hoover speaks with Sarah Watzman, PhD, of the University of Cincinnati. Hear from Sarah what kind of changes we can expect in the engineering industry—including a shift in demographics, the role of artificial intelligence, and changing classroom dynamics.
SWE has announced recipients of its annual awards program, a nod to the movers and shakers across the globe who are making significant contributions to the STEM community and the advancement of women in engineering.
A lot has happened on Capitol Hill since March 2019—when SWE members told their elected representatives that investments in education programs important to the teaching and learning of STEM disciplines are crucial. Read on to learn how STEM- and equality-related acts have progressed over the last several months.
Meet Eileen M. Velez Vega, PE, a civil engineer with Kimley-Horn Puerto Rico, LLC. She is also very involved in SWE in her area. Find out how she got there and the types of projects she’s working on.
Fantasy, thrills, and the promise of sheer escape draw millions of people to theme parks and resorts each year. Incredible “worlds” inspired by movies — and the occasional ride that inspires a movie franchise — are the result of inspired collaboration between artists, designers, writers, performers, technicians, and engineers with a creative goal: an immersive experience that gives people joy.
The top three Collegiate Sections to recruit the most new C2C members through September 30, 2019 will receive Special SWE Recognition & Earn WE19 Registrations