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Stay abreast of the latest SWE section, region and organizational events with our events calendar. Note important dates for region conferences, scheduled webinars and local section events submitted by SWE members around the country. You must be logged into the site in order to post an event.

June 2015
The Society of Women Engineers - Pittsburgh Section is proud to host the Wow! That's Engineering! Event - an educational, hands on workshop for middle school girls in or entering the 6th - 8th grades and their parent. This is a dual track event: the girls will get to experience practicing engineering design with three hands on activities, while the parents/guardians will meet with experienced engineers and moms who have raised women engineers, and complete a hands on activity of their own that they will be able to take home and do with their daughter after the event.
Start Date 06/06/2015 8:30 am
End Date 06/06/2015 12:30 pm
Region Region G
Address 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh PA 15261
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
City Pittsburgh
Organizer Name Mary T. Zeis
Organizer E-mail maryzeis@gmail.com
Link http://www.eventbrite.com/e/wow-thats-engineering-for-girls-and-parents-tickets-16624012870
Understanding why unconscious bias exists and how it affects our decision-making processes is a key element of many successful contemporary Diversity and Inclusion programs. Recent research in brain science, social identity studies, and neurological research has allowed us to see how unconscious bias is "wired" into our brains. Each of us has some personal collection of unconscious biases gathered over time from our families, from our culture, from our socialization, from our training, from our experiences, from the media, and from our friends. As professionals and leaders responsible for the lives or livelihoods of others, it is important that we become aware of our own biases so that we can acknowledge their automatic influence and then choose to make a well-considered decision. This lecture will introduce a method of helping engineers to engage in conversation around diversity and inclusion issues in a non-confrontational manner using the Diversity and Knowledge cards recently published by Arup and SWE. These cards summarize the key research available regarding some of the most common biases present in technical fields in the culture of North America.
Start Date 06/09/2015 1:00 pm
End Date 06/09/2015 2:00 pm
Region All Region
Organizer E-mail learning@swe.org
Link http://advancelearning.swe.org/store/provider/custompage.php?pageid=2
Chicago Regional Section celebrates FY 15 membership and supporters at the annual awards banquet. The contributions of our members, officers and collegiate sections will be recognized. We welcome our keynote speaker, Colleen Layman. Also, scholarship award winners will be announced. Many thanks to our corporate sponsors in FY 15 as well.

Several selections will be available at the buffet style meal and build your own sundae at the Doubletree in Rosemont. New to the area or traveling through Chicago, please join us for the evening to meet many of your Chicago SWEeties.
Start Date 06/11/2015 5:30 pm
End Date 06/11/2015 8:30 pm
Region Region H
Address P. O. Box 95525, Palatine, IL, 60095-0525
Country United States
State Illinois
City Chicago
Organizer Name April Bledsoe
Organizer E-mail April.Bledsoe@swe.org
Link http://chicago.swe.org/events.html
Dr. Pamela McCauley delivers a passionate lecture/conversation on the criticality of women engineers seeking, accepting and excelling in leadership – today! She inspires and educates participants on leadership and innovation principles and how to make these crucially important characteristics both real and attainable. Webinar participants will leave this meeting understanding what it means for them to “walk the talk,” going beyond “leaning in,” to begin real change across the board - immediately. Her recently published book, Transforming Your STEM Career Through Leadership and Innovation: Inspiration for Strategies for Women (ELSEVIER Academic Press), is the research-based foundation for this keynote address and a must-have guide for anyone wishing or needing to develop leadership skills. Dr. McCauley includes a series of encouraging, humorous and empowering examples and guidelines designed to support the leader as she develops and excels in a corporation, institution, government, and community.
Start Date 06/17/2015 1:00 pm
End Date 06/17/2015 2:00 pm
Region All Region
Organizer E-mail learning@swe.org
Link http://advancelearning.swe.org/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=35618
Are you looking for professional development opportunities? Would you like to network with other women engineers in Germany? Then we invite you to join us for the “Step Forward!” professional development conference! Inspired by SWE, and sponsored and hosted by John Deere, this conference is designed to meet the needs of women working in engineering and technically related fields in Germany.

The 2015 Step Forward! Conference "Stay on Track - Managing the Business Challenges" is a forum for exploring strategies or tactics, technological advances and researches in the fields of Engineering, Sales, Marketing, Human Capital etc. to create new perspectives in the daily business.

To view agenda and register, visit the website http://swe-stepforward2015.weebly.com/
Start Date 06/18/2015 9:00 am
End Date 06/18/2015 5:00 pm
Region All Region
Address John Deere Mannheim
Country Germany
City Mannheim
Organizer Name Anca Eisele
Organizer E-mail Anca.Eisele@swe.org
Link http://swe-stepforward2015.weebly.com/
July 2015
Alexandra Levit will address how the global workplace, organizations, and employees will change in the next 10-20 years. By exploring the implications of these developments, individuals will be in an excellent position to be both productive and competitive in the workforce of tomorrow.
Start Date 07/07/2015 1:00 pm
End Date 07/07/2015 2:00 pm
Region All Region
Organizer E-mail learning@swe.org
Link http://advancelearning.swe.org/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=35619
August 2015
Do you find yourself putting off difficult conversations because you don’t want to hurt someone’s feelings or you are afraid of an unpleasant confrontation? The ability to have difficult conversations is essential to effectiveness as a leader and is a necessity for all professionals navigating changing market conditions.

What might happen if you reframed the concept of conflict as an opportunity for collaboration?
• Disagreements could be addressed in a timely manner
• Colleagues could know their strengths and areas for development
• We could establish healthy boundaries for how we expect to be treated

No matter where you are in your career, you can benefit from this interactive session. Participants can expect to learn:
• A step-by-step approach to difficult conversations
• Common mistakes to avoid
• How to use honest, respectful discussion to build relationships
Start Date 08/13/2015 1:00 pm
End Date 08/13/2015 2:00 pm
Region All Region
Organizer E-mail learning@swe.org
Link http://advancelearning.swe.org/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=41023

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