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A collaboration of peer-reviewed, scholarly articles, the Journal of the Society of Women Engineers offers insight into SWE's place in engineering, American and women's history.
The stories featured serve as a reminder of the issues that continue to face women in the engineering profession today. While some challenges have been overcome in the past six decades, others continue to persist and often take more subtle forms. This journal provides perspective to help us create a more inclusive organization and profession for all.
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The Society's archives at Wayne State University's Walter P. Reuther Library allow us to explore women's participation in U.S. history and document the growth of SWE. Read the Article.
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Located at Wayne State University’s Walter P. Reuther Library in Detroit, Mich., USA, the Society’s archives were established in 1957 by the Archives Committee, who voluntarily collected and maintained the Society’s records. In 1993, SWE designated the Walter P. Reuther Library as the official repository of its historical materials.
The Archives tell the dynamic story of American women who, facing systemic resistance to female participation in the engineering profession, challenged gender stereotypes and promoted the rights of all individuals to pursue careers in science and engineering.