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News Archive

Follow the people and organizations that have shaped the world of women in engineering and technology. SWE News Archives keep you abreast of all the major industry events, noteworthy publications and member achievements. Also access archived articles from our All Together newsletter.

SWE Remains a Consistent, Credible Voice in Public Policy

Our public policy and advocacy efforts remain focused on Title IX; adequate funding for STEM education, STEM research, and a diverse STEM workforce. The post SWE Remains a Consistent, Credible Voice in Public Policy appeared first on All Together.

SWE’s Updated Budget Letter to the Leadership for the Committee on Appropriations

SWE opposes funding cuts to STEM educational programs and vital federal agencies and programs. The post SWE’s Updated Budget Letter to the Leadership for the Committee on Appropriations appeared first on All Together.

Podcast: SWE Congressional Visits

Della Cronin of Washington Partners tells us how SWE's two-day Congressional Visits will work March 15-16 in Washington, DC. The post Podcast: SWE Congressional Visits appeared first on All Together.

Washington Update: Looking Forward to 2017

SWE will work with the incoming Congress and new administration to strengthen America’s schools and the STEM workforce by ensuring equal opportunity for women and girls in STEM education and careers. The post Washington Update: Looking Forward to 2017 appeared first on All Together.

The Society of Women Engineers Receives Travel Grant from National Science Foundation

CHICAGO (Sept. 15, 2016) – The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) received a $46,195 travel grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) (NSF #1659313) that will allow 10 high school girls from underrepresented backgrounds to experience the world of engineering at SWE’s Annual Conference, WE16. The funded program, called “Broadening Participation Among Underrepresented Female Students in Engineering” aims to increase participation in engineering and technology among girls from diverse backgrounds, especially those who are of African American,...

The Society of Women Engineers Launches Research Platform Focusing on the State of Women in Engineering

CHICAGO (Sept. 6, 2016) - The Society of Women Engineers has established itself as the primary resource for knowledge, information and trends on women in engineering with the launch of its newest tool, The website was created to provide clarity among the wealth of data available, and deliver a centralized data source for members and individuals interested in locating information about women in engineering. The website features trends and data on women in engineering and the STEM landscape across the globe from the K-12 level, ...

The Society of Women Engineers Awards Record Value in Scholarships To-Date

CHICAGO (Sept. 2, 2016) - The Society of Women Engineers awarded more than $750,000 in scholarships this year; a nearly $100,000 increase from the 2015 scholarship program. The non-profit organization, which has been deemed a notable source of scholarships to women by John Oliver, comedian and host of HBO's Late Night Tonight with John Oliver, has been providing scholarship opportunities for women in engineering and technology more than 65 years. This year, 231 applicants received scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $14,500 each, out of a pool ...

WE16 Calls All Women Engineers to Celebrate, Encourage and Inspire

Philadelphia to Host World’s Largest Conference for Women in Engineering and Technology CHICAGO (Aug. 17, 2016) – More than 9,000 women engineers from all over the world will gather at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Oct. 27-29 to empower each other, learn and get inspired at this year’s WE16 conference. Hosted by The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), WE16 is the world’s largest conference and career fair for women in engineering. The gender gap in STEM fields remains wide across all specialties, and more females than males leave the engi...
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