Society of Women Engineers

The Dartmouth chapter of SWE includes women and men, faculty, students, and staff. The group sponsors a variety of activities, ranging from workshops for local schools to the annual "junkyard wars" competition. SWE students are often active in the Women in Science Project (WISP).  Their main goal is to encourage women to become more involved in engineering, a traditionally male-dominated field. They do this through a very wide range activities, from volunteering as mentors at local schools to hosting lectures and luncheons with professors or other guests.  

The advisor for the group is Carrie Fraser, Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs.
 For more information, email Society.of.Women.Engineers@Dartmouth.edu.

Last updated on May 22 by Alexandra E. Hilgeman