Women in Engineering and Technology

 

 

WHY CHOOSE ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY?

Maybe you’re good at math and science, or maybe you love design. Maybe you want to use those skills to help others. Maybe you take things apart just to see how they work. However you have come to us, welcome! 

Engineering and technology professions need you! As a woman trained in a technical field, you will offer a different point of view and way of thinking to a profession that thrives on creative problem solving. Your perspective will allow you to solve problems in ways that only you can, giving you many opportunities to change your world.

Engineering is much more than just math and science; it involves working collaboratively with teams to design, analyze, and construct high-quality items and solutions. Your job will change daily and you will be challenged to discover new ideas. Not only will you design things that matter, but your training will equip you with skills that apply to all aspects of life.

We invite you to join us!

 

 

WHO IS WE@BYU?

Having the right resources can ensure your success in a technical discipline. WE@BYU: Women in Engineering and Technology is an organization that supports you both as a student and in the future. WE@BYU hosts activities, connects you to resources, and provides you with the tools you need to excel.

You have the potential to change the world. We want to help you discover the distinct contributions you can make with a degree in engineering or technology.

The faculty and advisors at BYU are friendly and welcoming. They provide opportunities for you to gain experience and to be involved in research so that you can reach your academic, professional, and personal goals. They are available to answer your questions and give advice.

Who are we? We are just like you—women striving to use our talents to reach out and improve the world. Continue reading to meet a few women who demonstrate what WE can do to innovate, lead, connect, serve, and inspire.

Lisa Barrager and Terri Bateman (WE@BYU Program Coordinators)

 

Read Student Stories 

 


For more information about WE@BYU, our events or programs, or partcipating as a sponsor or mentor,

please contact Terri Bateman or Lisa Barrager at engtech-women@byu.edu