Nadia Angulo, Continuous Improvement Manager at Vertiv, used to aspire to become a doctor. Her books, play kit, and more filled her time and dreams with goals of helping others. In her own words, "I was always a girl who
Haberkorn supplies industrial and construction companies with health and safety equipment, lubricants, and technical products such as hoses, machine elements and hydraulics. Skilled advisors, product services and a special understanding of the procurement markets across all ranges – this is what
International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is a special day during which women engineers celebrate their achievements! June 23rd marks International Women in Engineering Day. Did you know that since 1982, women have earned almost 10 million more college degrees than
Note: this article originally appeared on HerCampus Let’s be real, I spend a lot of my time on TikTok, as most people do. Aside from the super popular creators everyone follows, I like to find people whose pages I can relate to.
SME, the professional association committed to advancing manufacturing and developing a skilled workforce, has recognized 20 successful female leaders working to broaden the use of robotics and automation in the smart manufacturing market globally. This international group of women represent a
A inspiration story, Karina Gallegos is an engineer dedicated to the design of CNC programs at Gulfstream Aerospace in Mexicali, Baja California in Mexico. She sat down with the AWE team to talk to us about her path in the
The Advancing Women Engineers program had the opportunity to present at Industrial Transformation Mexico, a Hannover Messe event. The objective was to continue supporting the increase of diversity and involvement of women in the fields of STEM, specifically engineering careers.
The return to school may look a bit different across the globe this autumn – whether it’s the physical environment through implementing remote learning, or curriculum adjustments made to accommodate social distancing. The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization
There is a mountain of myths surrounding the engineering profession – particularly the role of women within the industry. The stereotypical engineer is commonly depicted as either a burly man in oily overall or a reclusive, introverted computer programmer. In reality,
The German Federal Employment Agency reported around 240,000 vacant training positions at the start of the 2019 academic year – the highest number in the past ten years. This figure becomes problematic for industrial companies when compared with the number