Women in STEM
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Introduce a Girl to Engineering
The Galerstein Women's Center and the Department of Community Engagement co-host Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day each spring semester during National Engineers Week.
Female high school students attend the program each year to learn more about pursuing a career in engineering. The program is sponsored in cooperation with the Erik Jonnson School of Engineering and Computer Science and the Texas Instruments Women's Initiative. Activities are led by student leaders.
We would like to thank the Society of Women Engineers, Academic Bridge Program, CHAMPS, ECS Honor's Society, Ladies of Vision and Excellence, National Society of Black Engineers, Omega Delta Phi, Sigma Lambda Alpha, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and the Department of Computer Science for their continuous support!
The next Introduce a Girl to Engineering day will be on Feb 21, 2013. Students from Irma Rangel Young Women's Leadership School will be visiting UT Dallas for a day of engineering fun led by student leaders in ECS and various student organizations as well as the Texas Instrument Women's Initiative.
The success of the program depends on volunteers. Volunteers will:
You can be the one to help a young girl discover her dream job. If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to submit a volunteer form. Please be sure to fill out as much of the form as possible before submitting.
MentorNet e-Mentoring Network
MentorNet, the e-mentoring network for diversity in engineering and science, focuses on matching students studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with professionals from all sectors as mentors for one-on-one, email-based mentoring (e-mentoring) relationships. The program offers the opportunity to get "real world" information, encouragement, advice, and access to professional networks from professionals working in your field.
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