Welcome to the Society of Women Engineers Region i Blog. My name is Lyndsey Schaefer, I am the Regional Collegiate Communications Editor for FY2012 and I look forward to providing an excellent resource for information and communication to the SWE community. You can subscribe to the blog to receive email notifications when there are updates! … Continue reading Welcome to the SWE Region i Blog!
There is a new comment in response to the Region i Conference. Check it out here. And remember, your section gets points when any members write a blog post or comment on another blog post!
There is a new comment about the Region i Conference, check it out here!
The 2011 Region i Conference was a huge success, thanks to Lyndsey Schaefer and the Colorado School of Mines! At the conference we talked about the new collegiate award system in which collegiate sections earn points by fulfilling a variety of tasks ranging from attendance at conferences to turning in paperwork on time. Sections can… Continue reading RCCE Update – Region i Conference
On September 1, the Monthly Hot Topic was posted and a link can be found on the “Monthly Hot Topics” page. The Hot Topic for the month is Attracting and Retaining Members. The blog article includes information obtained from a conference call with our region’s collegiate section presidents – but the list of ideas is… Continue reading Using the Monthly Hot Topics
As the Region Collegiate Communications Editor I was involved in the same break-out sessions as the Region Collegiate Representatives. I learned about the tools that Katie Tepper (our RCR) will be using to help each section and also how to use the blog more effectively. I also learned of new requirements for the blog, such… Continue reading RCCE Update – Collegiate Leadership Forum
Background: I am a senior at the University of Missouri majoring in Chemical Engineering. I first completed two years at Saint Louis Community College – Meramec where I earned my associates degree in Business Administration. I then decided to switch to a degree in the sciences beginning first with Biochemistry, then Chemistry and eventually decided… Continue reading Leadership Profile: Keri Loring, FY11 Region i Collegiate Communications Editor