Recognizing the long-standing and ongoing need to compile research on women in engineering, more than a decade ago SWE Magazine began producing an annual review of social science and related literature. Contributing both a bibliography and authoritative analysis to the body of knowledge concerning women in engineering, and more generally, the STEM professions, these reviews offer a single source from which to view the most significant findings and insight into research trends.
Consulting peer-reviewed articles, dissertations, reports, and conferences, the authors examine academic databases, journals, and books, as well as engineering/scientific association magazines, and when relevant, mainstream media.
The editorial team remains committed to producing this essential information, which is offered as SWE’s gift to the profession and to women.
This collection includes all of SWE Magazine's annual reviews to date, and was initially funded by the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation, in honor of the Society of Women Engineers’ 60th anniversary in 2010.
With user-friendly search features that enable easy access to information, viewers may access reviews from each year, as well as suggestions on how to extract the most value from the reviews.