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Related Research

Many organizations are promoting STEM diversity through research around women and girls in STEM. SWE shares some of this related research here. Reports of interest from SWE collaborators: Ignored Potential: A Collaborative Road Map for Increasing African-American Women in Engineering: This report was developed for NSBE, SWE, and WEPAN. Other organizations who provide data and […]

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Title IX and STEM

Title IX was enacted by Congress in 1972 as part of the Education Amendments, focused on ensuring that no one in the United States would be subjected to sex discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving any type of federal financial assistance. Though best known for its influence in sports participation and scholarships, it […]

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Data Requests and Contacts

Requests to Conduct Research with SWE Members SWE Headquarters has recently seen an increasing interest in surveying and conducting research of its membership, necessitating the development of an application process and survey guidelines. The following apply to requests for SWE members’ contact information, research campaigns to members, data from the SWE membership database, or other […]

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Literature Reviews

SWE Annual Literature Review The purpose of the annual literature review on women in engineering is to present the readers of SWE Magazine a summary of the best scholarly research on the position of women in engineering and related fields. Each year, significant quantities of scholarly research on women in engineering and STEM are published. […]

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SWE Programs and Resources

K-12 and Higher Education SWENext To expand the SWE community, through SWE Programs, we’ve developed a way for girls (ages 17 and under) to learn and participate in engineering: SWENext. This unique program provides young girls, parents and educators with the tools they need to increase their understanding of the engineering field. SWENext is a […]

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