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WiE External Resources. A SEAS graduate wearing cap and gown smiles during commencement ceremonies.

WiE External Resources. A SEAS graduate wearing cap and gown smiles during commencement ceremonies.

External Resources

Resources: External Resources

Several national organizations exist to promote women in engineering and computer science. They can be wonderful resources for growing your network of women in engineering. Become familiar with them and make an effort to become involved with one or more of them.

Additional helpful resources are also included below.



External Organizations of Interest

Association for Women in Science

Association for Women in Science

AWIS Website

The Association for Women in Science (AWIS), founded in 1971, is the leading organization that advocates on behalf of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to achieve business growth, social change, and innovation. AWIS is dedicated to driving excellence in STEM by achieving equity and full participation of women in all disciplines and across all employment sectors. AWIS has helped guide Congress, the United Nations, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, institutions and other professional organizations on decisions and best practices to achieve gender diversity and positive system transformation in STEM. AWIS is a global network with 80 grassroots chapters and affiliates connecting more than 100,000 professionals in STEM with members, allies and supporters worldwide.

Computing Resources Association - Women

Computing Resources Association – Women

CRA-W Website

CRA-W, established in 1991, strives to ensure that its activities have a positive impact on all underrepresented groups in CSE. It is committed to improving the working environment and increasing the success of all computer scientists and engineers, without regard for gender, race, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background. Its programs, people, and materials provide mentoring and support for women at every level of the research pipeline: undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and industry and government researchers.

American Association of University Women

American Association of University Women

AAUW Website

AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881. For more than 130 years, AAUW women have worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of women and their families.

Additional Helpful External Resources

If you are searching for something not covered here, we urge you to contact the librarians at Gelman Library who can assist you in your search.