National Engineers Week: Women in Engineering
February 18, 2013 — (February 17-23) The National Engineers Week Foundation’s signature program, Engineers Week celebrates the positive contributions engineers make to society and is a catalyst for outreach across the country to kids and adults alike. Engineers Week is part of many corporate and government cultures and is celebrated in every U.S. engineering college campus.
For additional information: www.eweek.org/EngineersWeek/EngineersWeek.aspx
For the past 12 months the College of Engineering and Applied Science has regularly featured its top performing female scholars, including distinguished alumni. As this list continues to grow the web development team has created a landing page specifically designated for this series. In honor of Engineers Week, we ask that you take some time to visit this site and see the myriad of accomplishments this group of scholars and professionals have achieved.
While declining female enrollment in undergraduate engineering programs has been a continuing issue at universities nationwide, the women of the College of Engineering and Applied Science continue to emerge as some of our College’s top leaders. These scholars continue to hold significant leadership roles and are being recognized for their unprecedented work ethic and academic achievement…
View the entire series at: www.uwyo.edu/ceas/news/womeninengineering