This month, the nation celebrates Women’s History Month, a recognition that started in 1987 when the U.S. Congress passed a resolution to honor the contributions women have made to the nation and to recognize their specific achievements in a variety of fields, including engineering. The National Women's History Alliance establishes a theme each year, and this year's is "Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope."
Accordingly, the College of Engineering (COE) has created a web page to honor a group of impressive female and female-identifying engineers. The collection includes the 31 remarkable women who are faculty members in the college, as well as pioneering women who made tremendous contributions to the field in the past and others who continue to make them today. They are providing hope for a better future through engineering.
To view the web page, click here.
To view a message from Interim Dean Tresa Pollock to the COE community, click here.