Women engineers making history in the Fulton Schools
We are celebrating Women’s History Month by sharing recent successes and accomplishments of some of our incredible faculty, students and alumni in the Fulton Schools.
Assistant Professor Hannah Kerner is working with NASA Harvest to build a food security dashboard in Maui County, Hawaii, to help farmers grow crops more successfully
Assistant Professor Anca Delgado and a team of fellow researchers are using microorganisms to turn Mars’ regolith into plant-producing soil.
Four Arizona State University honors students found inspiration, connections and affirmation for their chosen courses of study at this year’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Conference in Houston.
Associate Professor Kristen Parrish honored as a leader, role model and engaging instructor who prioritizes student success.
Engineering technology degrees
awarded to women
Women as tenure/tenure-track faculty
Bachelor’s degrees awarded to women
Rankings based on 122 schools reporting for engineering technology degrees and 404 schools reporting for T/TT faculty and bachelor’s degrees.
Source: 2021 ASEE Engineering and Engineering Technology By the Numbers.
Students share their perspectives
I would like to credit the female engineering professors at ASU who inspired me and my peers to feel confident in our discipline. I would like to specifically point out Dr. Lenore Dai, Dr. Jean Andino and Professor Kathleen Brewer for both the personal and professional lessons.
You belong in engineering. Have fun, speak up, challenge the status quo and lift others up. Engineering is best when you’re having fun, so join clubs, volunteer and get connected to people who are as motivated as you are.
Be open to experiences that do not directly relate to your major! Going to conferences, career fairs and ASU events can help you learn about new opportunities, build your networking skills, expand your knowledge of engineering and other fields and build valuable connections!
Introduce a girl to engineering
ASU Engineering offers many summer camps for junior high and high school students. Our camps explore concepts of coding, circuits, computer aided design, entrepreneurship, engineering design process, and many other STEM competencies.