June 25, 2015
New Sandia director Jill Hruby will be 1st woman to lead a national security lab.
June 1, 2015
Beth Holloway, Director of the Women in Engineering Program and Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education for the College of Engineering, has been selected to receive the William Elgin Wickenden Award of the American Society for Engineering Education.
The award will be presented to Holloway and her co-authors of the article, "Research-Informed Policy Change: A Retrospective on Engineering Admissions," at the ASEE annual conference and exposition in June 2015. It is given annually to recognize an article that represents the highest standards of scholarly research in engineering education among the articles published in the Journal of Engineering Education in each volume year. Holloway's article appeared in the journal's April 2014 issue. Her co-authors are Kenneth Reid, associate professor of engineering at Virginia Technical Institute; P.K. Imbrie and Teri Reed at Texas A&M University.
March 24, 2015
The Women in Engineering Program (WIEP) at Purdue University was the recipient of a 2015 Google Rise Award. The partnership award, granted to Science Buddies, WIEP, and girlSPARC.™ to work together was in the amount of $85,000.
The Women in Engineering Program (WIEP), directed by Beth Holloway, has been recognized with ABET's 2014 Claire L. Felbinger Award for Diversity. ABET is the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.
September 11, 2014
Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Groh for Receiving one of the University's Inaugural Bravo Awards!
August 26, 2014
Beth Holloway, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education and Director, WIEP and the Women in Engineering Program were highlighted in the Purdue Profiles on August 26th.
, assistant dean for engineering undergraduate education and director of the Women in Engineering Program, will receive the Distinguished Service Award from Women in Engineering ProActive Network
(WEPAN) at its annual awards banquet in Minneapolis on June 11.
One of the hot topics on social media this holiday season is finding gifts that can help children, especially girls, develop science- and engineering-related skills.
The Purdue Women in Engineering Program was presented with WEPAN's Women in Engineering Program Award recently in Atlanta, Ga. Beth Holloway, director of WIEP and Student Success, and Jennifer Groh, associate WIEP director, accepted the award.