Webinars are available for FREE to SWE members! Be sure to sign up for some and make the most of your membership! Plus, webinars offer a playback as well, so if you can’t make it to the live webinar- no problem! Just remember, to get the playback link, you must register for the webinar! Check … More Upcoming Fall Webinars!
Collegiate Director’s Letter Hello collegiate SWE members! I imagine May is a busy month for many of you – it certainly is for me! Many of you are probably approaching the end of the semester, which can be great because you’re looking forward to wrapping up your courses and getting a break, but can also … More Collegiate Director’s Letter
A Stanford-based community for innovative women in technology Between 2000 and 2009, there was a 79 percent drop in the number of first-year undergraduate women considering computer science, even as products such as Facebook, Twitter, Angry Birds, etc. began making technology ‘cool’ again. And so, we have been told, time and time again, … More she++: Inspiring women to empower computer science
With the New Year and winter term in full swing it can sometimes be hard to drag yourself to yet another [insert one of your various activities here] meeting. This week’s post, How to Run an Effective Meeting, compliments of CBS Money Watch, is about getting the most bang for your buck from meetings and … More How to Run an Effective Meeting
Is there any better way to start the New Year than to feel a little inspired? We thinks not! If you enjoy the following article you can find more like it at: WOMEN IN SCIENCE A Selection of 16 Significant Contributors Ada Lovelace: Founder of Scientific Computing Born: London, England, December 10, 1815 Died: London, … More Women Pioneers in Engineering, Science,and Mathematics
President and CEO of BAE Systems, Inc. Linda Hudson speaks during 2011 Reuters Aerospace and Defense Summit in Washington, September 7, 2011. Credit: Reuters/Hyungwon Kang By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON | Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:07am EST (Reuters) – Come January, women will head three of the six largest U.S. weapons makers, a sign that their clout in … More Analysis: Women to head 3 top defense firms, but barriers remain
I don’t know about you, but I’m really excited for the Glee premier tonight! When: 8 pm ET, PT, 7 pm CT Where: on FOX Network What: Glee! It’s about the Glee Club, New Directions. If you haven’t seen it, watch it; it’s a ton of fun ;). Plus, if you miss the latest episode, … More Glee Season Two Premier!
I read a really interesting article on MSN about this and I thought I would share! How The Laser Works The laser has the ability to emit several wavelengths of light in the infared region. The laser warms the heat sensors that the missile uses to track the plane. The laser masks the heat signatures … More New Laser that Blocks Heat Sensing Missiles
I was wandering around the internet and I so happened to find myself at the SWE store. Then I realized how many cool things they had! Some of the Highlights: Brochures (Great to pass out at a booth, meeting, or event :D!) Electronic Kits (Explore electronics without that messy soldering) Stationary (Did you know SWE … More Check out the SWE Store
The new Barbie, the computer engineer. I saw this link on facebook a couple of months ago about voting for a profession for a new barbie. Imagine my surprise, when I saw that Barbie could be voted for being a Computer Engineer. So today, at the New York toy fair, it was announced that Barbie’s … More Computer Engineer: The New Barbie