STEMing the Engineering Brain Drain
February 02, 2012

Purdue's renowned program continues to inspire, recruit and retain through creative approaches.

What the world may need — now more than ever — is more women engineers. In the United States alone, where women wield more than half the buying power, it makes good business sense. Why not have more women involved in designing the technology and services they're buying?

  Purdue reports surge in women in first-year engineering
October 31, 2011
Ronna Robertson Ronna Robertson elected Fellow of the Society of Women Engineers
October 27, 2011
Ronna Robertson (BS 1992) has been selected a 2011 Fellow of the Society of Women Engineers. Ronna also served as the SWE President for 2005-2006.
Congratulations to Purdue SWE!!
October 18, 2011
Purdue SWE wins awards at the SWE National Conference in Chicago, Oct 13 - 15, 2011!
Engineering student First-year women enrollment in Engineering surges by over 30%
October 12, 2011
The College of Engineering is making significant progress in its goal of recruiting more women students, with a 30-plus percent increase in first-year women enrollment from 2010 to 2011.
Attention Alums! Join us at the 2011 SWE Conference!
October 05, 2011
The College of Engineering is hosting the annual Alumni Breakfast at the 2011 SWE Conference in Chicago, IL.
The Future of Engineering Education
May 05, 2011
What is engineering? What do engineers need to know? How should we educate engineers?
Radio Interview with WIEP Director, Beth Holloway
May 05, 2011
Beth Holloway, Director of WIEP, was interviewed by fellow alum Zara Larsen, host of "Circles of Change."

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