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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 is an annual event to recognize students, faculty, staff and alumnae for outstanding academic success, leadership, service and/or for supporting women in engineering. The celebration commemorates Ada Wilson, who became the College of Engineering’s first woman graduate in 1907. Each spring, 19 student leaders and seven faculty, staff and alumnae are recognized in her honor.

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Mizzou Women Mentoring Women

Mizzou Women Mentoring Women is a mentoring program that provides a strong support network for women engineering students. Mizzou Women Mentoring Women is an opportunity to mentor an underclasswoman, attend social events, complete service work and meet new friends.

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Student Board

The Student Board serves as the voice of the Women in Engineering Center. The Board’s 12 student members and three tri-directors plan social, professional development and community events, participate in bi-weekly meetings and connect with prominent companies and recruiters. Members plan and execute events such as Women in Engineering Week and connect with students through regular office hours and listening sessions.

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