This week, over 150 members of the Society of Women Engineers and our partners will convene in Washington, DC to meet with elected officials and advocate for policies that support the full inclusion of women
This data will help SWE members meeting with elected officials to highlight the importance of increasing the number of women in engineering and technology.
During this two-day Congressional Outreach event, SWE members will have the chance to meet with their representatives or congressional staff.
Today, in addition to making general comments with the STEM ED Coalition, SWE provided the following comment to the Department of Education.
New Department of Education Campus Misconduct Interim Guidelines will disproportionately impact women seeking engineering degrees.
SWE joins with other organizations in responding to the President’s request to allocate $200 million in funding to STEM learning.
Our public policy and advocacy efforts remain focused on Title IX; adequate funding for STEM education, STEM research, and a diverse STEM workforce.
SWE opposes funding cuts to STEM educational programs and vital federal agencies and programs.