UA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Established in 1993, the Women in Engineering Program was launched to encourage more women to become engineers. We help curious, creative, and hard-working women pursue their dreams of designing solutions to global and technical challenges.
We do this by increasing awareness of the engineering profession to young people interested in STEM, providing support to women as they work towards degree completion, and making sure they start their careers with the technical skills they need to be great engineers.
Our programs focus on:
Director, Diversity and Inclusion
Auburn Science and Engineering Center
The University of Akron
Sarah Roth, a chemical engineering graduate student discusses her summer internship studying propellant slosh dynamics. Video produced and provided by NASA.
Inspiration Day is a day for girls to explore careers in STEM with The University of Akron and the U.S. Department of Defense.
All Women in Engineering events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis.