The Women in Engineering Center has worked to build an inclusive community and support network for women in engineering since its founding in February 2015. From general events to application-based leadership programs, our Center has involvement opportunities for students at every level.
First year students can greatly benefit from programs such as the Women in Engineering Leadership Course, the Women Mentoring Women program and the Exploring Engineering Seminars. Second year students might consider joining our Women in Engineering Student Board, participating in Student Board social and education events and completing a Service Learning experience in Peru. Third year students are typically suited to launch new student organizations, to participate in undergraduate research and to apply for the 1907 Celebration of Women in Engineering. Fourth year students are also encouraged to apply for the 1907 Celebration of Women in Engineering, complete undergraduate research and participate in College to Career transition seminars. The Center also arranges monthly meetups for graduate students. No matter your year in school, the Women in Engineering Center has an involvement opportunity to suit your needs and interests. Our Center uniquely supports women in engineering in order to help them grow as leaders. Stop by our office in Lafferre Hall to learn more.