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.
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.
In this Diverse podcast episode, SWE CEO Karen Horting speaks to our WE19 Friday Morning Keynote, Rachel Hutter. Learn about Rachel’s unique background of engineering and theater, her career at Disney, her passion for SWE Conferences—and get a preview of her keynote presentation.
WE19 will be here before you know it, and we’re excited to announce the Parent Educator Program (PEP) panelists for Invent It. Build It. have been selected!
If you’re a 6th-12th grade student interested or active in STEM, check out the upcoming opportunities through the Society of Women Engineers’ annual conference in Anaheim, CA this November.
Collegiate members: Enter the PepsiCo Student Engineering Challenge to innovate your way to the largest conference for women in engineering!
WE19 will connect you with speakers who have the talent, experience, and vision to grow your mindset and push you to grow as a person and woman engineer. Read on to learn more about this year’s keynote speakers: impressive women from Disney, Medtronic and 3M.