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Women in Engineering Articles

 in The Institute Archive

2006

April

Women in Engineering Celebrates Record Growth

2005

  
DecemberWhy Won’t Jane Go to Engineering School
AugustWomen in Engineering Recognizes Its Outstanding Groups
JanuaryAttention Women in Engineering – Canada Calling
2003JanuaryWeb Site Helps Women Find Faculty and Research Positions
2002  SeptemberTufts University Project Seeks to Attract More Women to Engineering
AugustHow to Keep Interest in Engineering Programs
JanuaryExecutive Fights ‘Otherism’
2001    SeptemberBenefits of creating a Student Chapter: a personal perspective
JulyWhy we need more women engineers
MaySeeking ways to improve the engineer’s image
MarchThe joys and sorrows of getting involved in gender issues in engineering: a personal viewpoint
JanuaryWIEC Responds to Questions about its existence
2000      DecemberWhy are there so few women recipients of IEEE medals?
NovemberWhy have a Women in Engineering Committee?
SeptemberWIEC expands opportunity for involvement by offering new 2001 membership
JulyChanging the image of engineers in America
MayWork and school settings affect career development
MarchMaking a difference in young women’s lives
JanuaryLeading the international takeover: WIE Affinity Group, Spain
1999      NovemberMentorNet helps retain female engineers/scientists
SeptemberCanada doubles enrollments of women in engineering in a decade
JulyMaking a difference as an engineer: Improving lives by creating new medical technologies
MayFemale Engineer – not an oxymoron
MarchEngineering: In need of a makeover?
FebruaryNSF awards career grants to women engineers
JanuaryWomen in technology conference scheduled
1998      NovemberNext Challenge: Enough Engineers
SeptemberGood projects are hard to find
JulyEntrepreneurial women engineers
MayNew workplace issues web site a forum for sharing experiences
MarchLaunching our future
FebruaryHistory leaves women inventors on the cutting room floor
JanuaryLaunching our future
1997   NovemberReaching out to the future
JulyReception a good connection
MayMake a difference through education
JanuaryBuilding on past efforts
1996   SeptemberExamining gender myths
MayA Canadian perspective
MarchBreaking down barriers
JanuaryPrepare to participate in the ‘knowledge economy’
1995  NovemberExchanging news and views
SeptemberSharing our efforts
JulyWomen in IEEE
 
 

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