August 26th marks Women’s Equality Day, which commemorates the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which gave the right to vote for women. Although women have had the right to vote since 1920, almost 100 years later the gender pay gap is still an ever present issue surrounding equality between the sexes.
Engineering students at the University at Buffalo recently got the opportunity of a lifetime. They traveled to Prague in the Czech Republic to build two sets for the Prague Quadrennial (PQ), an international event showcasing the best in performance design, scenography and theatre architecture.
Considering taking the next step in your engineering education? For those who have received their undergrad degrees and are contemplating the idea of graduate school, check out this list of the top 10 engineering grad schools in the U.S., compiled by U.S. News & World Report.
Renee Frohnert, electronics engineer at Lockheed Martin Space, discusses her trials, failures and triumphs as a woman engineer who has succeeded in making her dreams of working with NASA a reality.
In a two-part series on SWE’s Diverse podcast, Anne Perusek, SWE’s director of editorial and publications, and Troy Eller English, SWE’s archivist, celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing and the SWE members who helped humankind reach the moon.
Do what you love, love what you do, and don’t be surprised if your glee is contagious.