New Faces of Engineering was introduced in 2003 to recognize and showcase the achievements and contributions of engineers 30 years old and younger.
SWE's assessment of the most significant research found in the past year's social science literature on women in engineering and women in STEM.
Novel and promising tools to help ensure the success and retention of entry-level women engineers.
How an unexpected intersection of lives emerged out of the story of clandestine WWII women engineers known as the WWII Top Secret Rosies.
How an unexpected intersection of lives emerged out of the story of clandestine WWII women engineers nicknamed the Top Secret Rosies.
SWE has excellent resources if you want to know more about the battles women engineers waged for recognition and inclusion in their profession.