GW SEAS Women in Engineering Webinar - What To Do After GraduationEngineering students, gain insight from recent graduates - View Webinar Video
For SEAS Students
This interactive GW/SEAS webinar was hosted by the GW Center for Women in Engineering (WiE) on November 19, 2020 (12:00pm EDT).
Click on this link to view the full video (55 mins.)
These are especially interesting times to be a woman student in engineering. Women have come a long way in achieving parity in the workplace, but challenges exist, and the current COVID-19 environment adds an extra layer of uncertainty to decision making and choices for the future.
WiE is pleased to present to SEAS students an opportunity to hear from recent graduates in various engineering disciplines. As these women discuss their career routes post-graduating, students (especially juniors and seniors) will be able to gather new insights that may help their own process and choices for the future.
An Exciting Roster of Accomplished Speakers
- Camille Daszynski, Dean's Fellow, GW SEAS; Researcher, Therapeutic Ultrasound Research Laboratory; Master of Engineering, Regulatory Biomedical Engineering, GWU; B.S., Biomedical Engineering, GWU
- Kyla D'Sa, Undergraduate Learning Assistant, Research Assistant - Transportation, Research Assistant - Curriculum Development, GWU; BASc, Civil Engineering '20, GWU
- Allegra Farrar, NSF GRFP Fellow, GEM Fellow, MIT Lemelson Fellow - Space Systems Laboratory, ARCLab; SM Student, Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT; B.S. Mechanical Engineering '20, GWU
- Rachel Gray, Graduate Research Assistant, The LeBlanc Lab; PhD, Mechanical Engineering with a Focus in Fluid Mechanics, Thermal Sciences, and Energy, 1st year, GWU; BS, Mechanical Engineering '20, GWU
- Monica Kavathekar, Associate Software Engineer, Disney Streaming Services; B.S., Computer Science, GWU
- Shirali Nigam, Consulting Analyst at a Big 4 Firm; BS, Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering, GWU