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Women in STEM Episode 25 – Kalyani Mallela, Manager of Systems Engineering, Starkey Hearing Technologies

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Interview with Kalyani Mallela who is Manager of Systems Engineering at Starkey Hearing Technologies. She has also held multiple positions with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) including president of the Minnesota Section. Kaylani has a Bachelors of Engineering in electronics and communications engineering and Masters of Science in electrical engineering and management of technology.

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Women in STEM Episode 24 – Jennifer Morikawa, Sr Manufacturing Engineer at GM, Past SWE Region Governor

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Interview with Jennifer Morikawa, Sr Manufacturing Engineer at General Motors and past SWE Region H Governor.

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Women in STEM Episode 22 – Stacey DelVecchio, Chemical Engineer at Caterpillar, Past SWE President

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Interview with Stacey DelVecchio, Chemical Engineer, Additive Manufacturing Product Manager at Caterpillar Inc., Past Society of Women Engineers (SWE) President.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 19 – Courtney Thurston, 17 year old unmanned systems engineer

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courtneythurstonInterview with Courtney Thurston, 17 year old unmanned systems engineer. She recently interned at CERN and will be working as a propulsion intern for SpaceX this summer. Courtney also is working to make the technical fields more accessible, as a longtime editor of Wikipedia, co-founder of Magikstra, executive team member for ProjectCSGirls and as an Online Community Manager for The Scientista Foundation (among others!).

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 17 – Colleen Layman, SWE President-Elect, Water Resources Environmental Engineer

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colleenlaymanInterview with Colleen Layman, who is President-Elect of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and Vice President and Resources Business Group Water Principal at HDR.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 15 – Elizabeth Bierman, SWE President, Systems Engineer

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elizabethbiermanInterview with Elizabeth Bierman, President of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and Senior Project Engineer at Honeywell Aerospace.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 14 – Kaitlyn Bunker, Electrical Engineer

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KaitlynBunkerInterview with Kaitlyn Bunker, who has a phd in electrical engineering from Michigan Tech and recently joined Rocky Mountain Institute. Kaitlyn is interested in microgrids and distributed renewable resources.

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NSF Sponsors Community College Innovation Challenge

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Laboratory studentsTeams of community college students with a faculty mentor and a community or industry partner are encouraged to submit their proposals for innovative STEM-based solutions to real-world problems within one of the following themes: Bid Data, Infrastructure Security, Sustainability (including water, food, energy, environment), Broadening Participation in STEM, and Improving STEM Education. This challenge furthers NSF’s mission by encouraging students to discover and demonstrate their capacity to use science to make a difference in the world and to transfer knowledge into action.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recognizes the important role community colleges play in workforce development and the future of science research in the United States. Community colleges are a vital part of the scientific research pipeline, training technicians who become an integral part of research efforts and students who go on to continue their education at four-year institutions, especially in underrepresented groups.

Up to 10 finalist teams (2 from each theme) will be invited to attend the Innovation Boot Camp, a professional development workshop on innovation and entrepreneurship. Each team will receive $500 to further refine their idea and compete in the final round of competition. Travel, room and board costs associated with attending the Innovation Boot Camp will be paid for team members and faculty mentors.

Each member student of the first-place team will receive $3,000. Each student member of the second-place team will receive $2,000. Each student member of the third-place team will receive $1,000.

Submissions must be received between Sept 15, 2014 and Jan 15, 2015.

For more information or to enter, visit the NSF Community College Innovation Challenge.

IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference Call for Speakers

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Pitch your speaking idea to the 2015 IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference (WIE ILC), which will be held April 23-25, 2015 in San Jose, CA. This year’s theme is Lead Beyond. Accelerating Innovative Women Who Change the World. and the conference will be focused on leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship.  Conference attendees include 400-500 female engineers, technology professionals, managers, executives and academics from around the world.

IEE Women in Engineering’s mission is to inspire, engage and advance women in engineering through over 500 affinity groups and 15,000 members around the world. IEEE WIE works to transform the lives of young girls and women around the world through pre-university outreach, technical seminars, humanitarian projects, networking events and educational programs.

Presentations will be considered for 1 of 4 tracks:

  1. Innovation
  2. Empowerment
  3. Entrepreneurship
  4. Engagement (virtual track with all presentations online only)

Deadline for speaker proposals are September 30, 2014.

To apply, or for more information, visit the IEE Speaker Pitch Form.

Women in STEM Podcast Episode 6 – Shayna Simon, Electrical Engineering Student

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shayna-simonInterview with Shayna Simon, who is an electrical engineering student at the University of Michigan.  She has also been a hardware development and application development intern at General Motors.

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