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Follow the people and organizations that have shaped the world of women in engineering and technology. SWE News Archives keep you abreast of all the major industry events, noteworthy publications and member achievements. Also access archived articles from our All Together newsletter.

SWE Voices Needed in Major Policy Debate Over Net Neutrality

Now that the midterm elections are over, all eyes in D.C. are on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as it considers new net neutrality rules. This discussion was brought to center stage this week when President Obama issued a statement putting pressure on the FCC to protect net neutrality. Influential in eliciting the presidents statement were the more than three million public comments received by the FCC regarding stricter rules for network management. If the FCC adopts President .

SWE Dallas Members Collaborate with Perot Museum on New Exhibit

SWE Dallas members worked with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science on an innovative type of exhibit: an app that guides visitors through an insightful tour of the museum itself. The app runs on Samsung tablets that are provided to visitors, who can use it to explore the building's architectural features.The app effectively turns the museum itself into an exhibit, guiding visitors through the grounds to explore the engineering that went into constructing the building. Working with ...

SWEs First Ever Professional Virtual Career Fair

February 12, 2015 1:00 - 4:00pm ESTAbout the EventSWEs inaugural online career fair will connect participating organizations with top professional talent in engineering and technology from the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). SWEs vast membership consists of students and professionals, representing all sectors of engineering and technology. This is a unique opportunity to recruit professional members of SWE from the comfort of your home or...

SWE Members Discuss Career Transitions

Even with all the excitement of WE14 going on this past month, members took time to lend a helping hand and provide some professional advice. Over on our Facebook page, engineers who had transitioned into the field from another career discussed what it takes to make that transition.Keep applying, always have a positive attitude, know why you want to work for that company and how it fits with your goals and be prepared to speak on why its a good fit. Lucy W.Go f...

Uncover New Fundraising Opportunities with Our Updated PDG Guide

SWE PDG would like to introduce our new webpage to all SWE members. Now all things related to Program Development Grants are only a few short clicks away from your favorite SWE pages. We've been working to update our forms to improve our processes, incorporate recent SWE changes, and make it easier for you to apply for funding. Some recent changes that are posted to the new site and within the updated documents include:Updated Outreach Short Form in word format with higher fundi...

SWE Value Statement

We share a common definition of success with open, transparent access to common information, building mutual respect and confidence in the competence of those with whom we lead, serve and partner with. Refer to SWEs Leadership Code of Service that discusses members duty of loyalty and duty of obedience to the Society.Seven reasons people dont trust leaders.The leaders:Lack courageTend to have hidden agendasAppear self-centeredHave reputation issuesExhi...

Tune in to WE TV

WE TV has arrived! Filmed on location at WE14 and around the Los Angeles area, the video series is a first-hand look at the conference experience. WE TV correspondents hit the conference floor to meet with attendees, exhibitors and even keynote speakers to capture the spirit of the event. Online at SWEs Youtube channel, WE TV lets you check out Stacey DelVecchios interview with Gwynne Shotwell, president and COO of SpaceX, right after her opening keynote, or take a trip down the red

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