The objective of the Women in Engineering Division (WIED) of the American Society for Engineering Education is to study, promote and improve the role of women in the professions of engineering and engineering technology through collection of data, publications, presentations at appropriate meetings, sponsorship of conferences, and similar activities. We welcome male and female members with interest in promoting these goals. For more details on the ASEE please check http://www.asee.org. WIED teleconferences are held monthly and you can follow our progress here.
We have added a new resource page to empower majority stakeholders to become advocates for women/minorities in STEM. Official advocacy tips will be disseminated every 2 to 3 weeks with the WIED newsletters. Additional tips and comments are welcome for inclusion by emailing the webmaster. To read more, click here.
Nomination period is closed. The program provides financial support for individuals planning to pursue a career in engineering education to attend the ASEE Annual Conference. Each grant consists of reimbursement of receipted registration, travel, food, and accommodation expenses up to a maximum of $2,000. For more details on the the Early Engineering Education Grant and previous winners, click here.
The 2015 Denice Denton Best Paper Award is given to Dr. Jennifer J. VanAntwerp (Calvin College) and Dr. Denise Wilson (University of Washington). The paper is entitled: Difference Between Engineering Men and Women: How and Why They Choose What They Do During Early Career. See more details here
The WOMEN in Enginering Division wrapped up a successful 2015 ASEE annual conference in Seattle, Washington. Click here to see the call for papers. Click here for more details about WIED's activities or click here for the conference website!
WIED's Strategic Plan is official and was passed at the 2011 June Business meeting in. See more details here.
Our honor roll highlights the greatest honors and achievements of our members. See more details here.
New job postings are added monthly, to view click here.
We've added a page of just Research Opportunities for faculty and other members to point their students to for research work. Check them out at Research Opportunities and let us know what you think at WIED Webmaster.
The 2015 ASEE National Conference in Seattle, WA (June 13-17) was outstanding once again! Research has revealed interesting trends with women in engineering and many excited programs were discussed that put the research findings into practice. Click here for a list of the WIED sessions. Past conference information is available as well.
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