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Although the field of engineering offers women careers that are engaging and interesting, this career has not been a historically popular choice. Understanding why so few women consider a career in engineering is complex and hard to pin down.
Ability? Absolutely. Opportunity? Nope.
Is Microsoft finally getting serious about making its workforce welcome to women and minorities?
To me, entrepreneurship is taking responsibility to enact the change you see in the world. It's about creating value from your ideas -- about creating something that didn't exist before.
What got you interested in engineering? I guess it goes right back to school days. We were really lucky; we had really good
What does a discussion among women engineers sound like in U.S. Southeast? The South is not a region identified as a hub of STEM careers for women, but the massive influx of international manufacturers and their vendors has rapidly changed the landscape.
While all of the efforts channeled towards getting girls to study science, technology, engineering and math have certainly
Representing women in technology and science begins with raising girls to become a part of those fields.
One woman who has truly proven herself an exceptional is Shereen Yusuff, 29, who graduated as an aerospace engineer and today works as a drilling engineer in the oil and gas industry. And yes, it hasn't taken her decades to achieve success!