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STEM EDUCATION AND THE RISE OF FEMALE INCLUSIVITY

WITF SMART TALK: STEM EDUCATION AND THE RISE OF FEMALE INCLUSIVITY

Are you an educator or parent? Then you won’t want to miss this NPR-affiliate panel discussion including an educator, a college student, a government STEM advocate, and Stephanie as they talk about why we haven’t moved the needle on girls going into (and staying in) STEM and what can be done about it from an educational perspective.

 

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ASCE NEWS: BRIDGING THE GENDER WAGE GAP

Stephanie and fellow civil engineering women discuss the reasons for the wage gap in civil engineering.

 
 

ASCE nEWS: THE STATE OF WOMEN IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

What is the state of women in civil engineering? Check out this interview with Stephanie on the ASCE Interchange.

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ASCE NEWS: ASCE Women Prove Motherhood and Career Isn’t an Either-Or Proposition

Stephanie and fellow civil engineering women discuss how to balance motherhood and an engineering career.

ASCE 2018 PENNSYLVANIA INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT CARD: A PANEL DISCUSSION

WITF SMART TALK (HARRISBURG, PA NPR AFFILIATE): PA INFRASTRUCTURE NOT MAKING THE GRADE

Do you have a passion for infrastructure? Then you’ll enjoy this panel discussion between Stephanie and two government officials as we discuss the wins and losses of the ASCE 2018 Pennsylvania (PA) Infrastructure Report Card and the challenges related to funding and public policy.

ASCE NEWS: GET TO KNOW YOUR ASCE COLLABORATE TOPIC MODERATORS

Stephanie was asked to be a moderator for the new ASCE community. Click HERE to see why she thinks the community is important, a well as how she found her engineering major in college.

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ARE YOU PAID WHAT YOU ARE WORTH?

DO YOU FEEL INVISIBLE AT WORK? IF YOU’re A WOMAN IN ENGINEERING, it’s not your imagination.

Results from the 2018 Civil Engineering Salary Survey are in! Click HERE to see the benefit report (with an Engineers Rising mention!) and HERE to see the Salary data.

Studies show that women in engineering have an invisibility problem when it comes to their technical abilities. Click HERE to learn more about the problem and strategies engineers have used to solve the problem.