The NDSU College of Engineering has launched a special project in honor of Women’s History Month. Its new Alumnae Spotlight webpage features interviews with more than a dozen distinguished female graduates.
College leaders say the goal of the project is to highlight female engineering role models, and encourage more young girls and women to pursue an engineering degree.
“The College of Engineering actively supports efforts to increase the number of female engineering students and professionals,” said Michael Kessler, dean of the College of Engineering. “One of our core values is being proactive about diversity, knowing that we are far better together.”
A 2018 national survey by Woman Engineer magazine ranked NDSU among the best schools in the country for women in engineering.
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