Women at GW Engineering have been at the forefront of education, discovery, and innovation since our first female engineer in 1884.
The mission of the SEAS Center for Women in Engineering (WiE) is one of "Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging." WiE seeks to empower GW faculty, staff, students and alumni to become the best engineers they can be. We work to build confidence and knowledge about technology, expand leadership and tech skills, and fully leverage technology in support of academic and professional excellence.
ENGINEERING for women
GW Engineering beats the national average for women pursuing engineering degrees.
National Average, undergraduate
( source: ASEE 2020
The Numbers )
Women in the SEAS
National Average, graduate women in engineering,
( source: ASEE 2020 Engineering By The Numbers)
Women enrolled as SEAS On-Campus graduate students (source: SEAS Data)