by Islin Moy Regional Collegiate Newsletter Editor, Region i Personally, this has been one heck of a challenging post to talk about. But after a few weeks about thinking about it and fresh from the break from the SWE National Conference, I think I have found some of the answers (and of course, questions!). Becoming… Continue reading Preparing Future Leaders
by Brian Swift University of Missouri The University of Missouri’s chapter of SWE started off the school year with a Sunday afternoon trip to a local bowling alley, and good cheer was in great supply. About thirty people attended, with 3 of them being guys. (Mizzou’s chapter is fairly unique in having a male officer… Continue reading University of Missouri: Sunday Bowling Shindig
by Kristi Selden submitted by Brandy Laudig For the past few years, water and lemonade have been provided for Mines SWE members at the weekly meetings. However, due to rising costs and some other circumstances, we were unable to continue providing drinks this year. Rather than getting frustrated, we saw this as an opportunity to… Continue reading Colorado School of Mines: Bring Your Own Bottles!
by Dana Tabor University of Nebraska, Lincoln This year at Women Interested in Engineering (WIIE) Day, a UNL recruitment event, almost 50 local high school girls got the opportunity to experience hands-on engineering on the UNL campus. The morning began with a welcome and tours of the engineering facility provided by UNL Student Ambassadors… Continue reading University of Nebraska, Lincoln: Women In Engineering Day
by Katie Rodhouse Missouri University of Science and Technology The Missouri University of Science and Technology chapter of the Society of Women Engineers recently hosted their bi-annual Lock-In for potential female students. The two day event from September 26 to 27 is open to all high school juniors and seniors as well as transfer students. … Continue reading Missouri University of Science and Technology: 14th Annual SWE Lock-Inby