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Women in Engineering Center Office
W1025 Lafferre Hall
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Student office hours available daily

1907 Celebration of Women in Engineering

The 1907 Celebration of Women in Engineering recognizes students, faculty, staff and alumnae who have made significant contributions to the College of Engineering. The annual celebration recognizes student recipients for academic achievement, leadership and service, and faculty, staff and alumnae recipients for leadership, service and academic and career success. The Celebration commemorates Ada Wilson, the first woman to graduate from the College of Engineering in 1907.

Alumni/Industry Advisory Board

The Alumni/Industry Advisory Board is a group of alumni and industry leaders who discuss topics that are pertinent to the mission of the Women in Engineering Center. Board members advise the program coordinator and oversee engagement with the Center.

Alumni Mentoring Database

The Alumni Mentoring Database is a network of alumnae who have an interest in mentoring women in the College of Engineering. The Women in Engineering Center is currently collecting the names of those interested and is working to develop a formal mentoring program.

Cross-Cultural Professional Development Certificate

The Cross-Cultural Professional Development Certificate is a Dean’s Certificate that demonstrates a student’s competency in multicultural issues, and serves as proof that the student has the skills necessary to work in a multicultural and global company.

Diversity in Engineering Speaker Series

The Diversity in Engineering Speaker Series takes place every other month and focuses on topics related to diversity in engineering. The College’s diversity committees arrange relevant speakers for the series.

Middle School Leadership Conference

The Middle School Leadership Conference is an outreach event for middle school aged girls. Any middle school aged girl who is interested in any STEM field is invited to attend workshops and hear from a keynote speaker at the event.

Student Services Seminar Series

The Student Services Seminar Series are career services workshops that address issues of interest to women. The workshops are presented by an engineer or recruiter.

Get Involved

If you are interested in becoming involved with any of these opportunities, contact WIE Center Director Kate Trauth or GA Joel Dalton for more information.