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1ST SWE Networking Evening

1ST SWE Networking Evening

The Society of Women Engineers hosted a networking event with students, alumni and faculty. Students had the opportunity to gain insight from women working in the field and received tips on how to make the most of their engineering education. Many shared their contact info and expanded their network! You can view some images by clicking on the arrow. To get involved in SWE, please email Shayda: to get connected!!!


SEAS Hosts Reception at Society of Women Engineers Conference

SEAS Hosts Reception at Society of Women Engineers Conference

Before the event concluded, SEAS professor Julie Ryan spoke to the group about the support women in engineering are able to offer each other as they move through their careers.

Ryan’s words clearly echoed with future alumna, Rhiannon Scanlon, SEAS BS ’14. “I had a wonderful time, and gained so much from the opportunity,” the student said. “Seeing SEAS alumnae so eager to give back and help the next generation of emerging engineers was inspiring, and I cannot wait to be one myself.”

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College Code Camp


At Square, we’ve built a culture that encourages collaboration, diversity, and entrepreneurship. With only 18% of computing jobs in the U.S. held by women, we knew we had to do something to close the gender gap. That “something” became our college Code Camp contest, a four-day immersion program developed to inspire, educate, and empower the next generation of women in technology.



Society of Women Engineers is selling Tshirts!!!

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E-Council presents “Welcome Back BBQ & Org Fair”

Friday, September 13 on Tompkins Lawn 11:30AM-2:30PM

Columbian Women Scholarship

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Ladies, check out the application for this AWESOME scholarship at—2014

“The objective of The Columbian Women Scholarship (TUITION ONLY) is to recognize and assist women pursuing a degree program in any field of study at The George Washington University who demonstrate a high level of achievement in academia and a commitment to their chosen profession.”

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