Mizzou SWE: ‘A place for everyone’
Mizzou's chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) fosters a community that empowers women in engineering while also inspiring future generations.
Girl Scout Day at Mizzou Engineering inspires creativity in STEM
Give a girl a building block, she'll play for a day. Teach her how to design a building out of toothpicks and marshmallows, and she'll think about how she can build the future. Mizzou’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) hosted Girl Scout Day, an event for local girl scouts to learn about engineering.
VP at Procter & Gamble shares advice with students in leadership course
Knuth, Vice President of Research & Development at Proctor & Gamble, encourages students wanting leadership skills to take Engineering 2001.
Mizzou Engineering’s Society of Women Engineers hosts STEM event for local Girl Scouts
Thanks to Mizzou Engineering’s Society of Women Engineers, local Girl Scout troops got the chance to learn about what it means to be an engineer.
Nolan inspires next generation at Ada Wilson Lecture/SWE Green Tea
Kate Nolan said she had always secretly wanted to be the Ada Wilson speaker, but was expecting it to be 20 or 30 years into her career, not just six. Nolan spoke to a crowd of students March 16 at the Ada Wilson Lecture, then joined students at the Society of Women Engineers' Green Tea— one of Engineers' Week’s most anticipated traditions.
Engineering celebrates women with annual Women in Engineering Week
The College of Engineering hosted Women in Engineering (WIE) Week to highlight the value of female engineers and bring awareness to the extra challenges they face. From Feb. 18-26, the College held daily events welcome to all students aimed at building community throughout engineering. These included a Green Dot training session, a panel about preparing STEM for women and a Society of Women Engineers (SWE) meeting.