A new online course has been published in SWE’s Advance Learning Center called SWE Communities: Start-Up & Good Standing Requirements. The course is recommended for SWE leaders and anyone who wants to learn more about SWE section start-up and good standing requirements.
The theme of International Women in Engineering Day 2019 (INWED 2019) is “Transforming the Future.” Let’s help encourage participants everywhere to show the world how they are ‘transforming the future’ in pursuit of more diversity in engineering!
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, SWE Members Pearl Yamaguchi and Valerie Mencias discuss their experiences as Asian American female engineers and reflect on how their culture has impacted or affected their careers.
In observance of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, SWE Member Jennifer Morikawa shares her experience of being an Asian-American woman engineer and insight on how the engineering industry can be more inclusive.
Congratulations to SWE University of Illinois at Chicago (SWE UIC), winner of the second Wow! Innovation Challenge!
The top three Collegiate Sections to recruit the most new C2C members through June 30, 2019 will receive SWEswag and special SWE recognition.
The top three Professionals Sections to recruit the most new members through June 30, 2019 will receive SWEswag and special SWE recognition.
Congratulations to SWE University of Wisconsin Madison, who partnered with Sambhali in Jodhpur, India to promote women’s empowerment through STEM education and outreach!