Women In Engineering
In The News
- Storify of #GirlsWithToys compiled from Women in STEM at Illinois
- Prof. Tami Bond, CEE, Awarded 2014 MacArthur Fellowship
- Prof. Tami Bond Discusses Work that Led to MacArthur Fellowship
- 23 Women Join Engineering at Illinois Faculty; Number Grows by a Third
- Miss Possible Talks About Their Successful Crowdfunding Campaign
- Google's Security Princess & CS Alum Featured in Elle
What the Women In Engineering Program Provides
- Student workshops and seminars
- Undergraduate advising
- New student orientation
- Residential camp for high school girls
- Community, collaboration, and mentorship
Why Women Choose Illinois
Everyone chooses Engineering at Illinois for their own reasons, but most have something to do with the caliber of our programs, top-level research opportunities for undergrads, study abroad experiences, and friendliness of our community. Watch what some of our female students had to say.
Prospective Student Visits
If you're visiting Illinois for one of the University's Orange & Blue Days or Engineering Council's Engineering Information Bureau Days, contact us at email@example.com to make an appointment to learn more about Women In Engineering!
- Meet with a dean in the College of Engineering
- Visit the Women In Math, Science, & Engineering Living-Learning Community
- Tour the Engineering campus
- Have lunch with Engineering students
Building a community that encourages and supports females interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) is a vital part of our mission. We focus on building that community in outreach programs when girls are still in high school. It's important to grow those skills and surround yourself with both peers and mentors to enhance your interest and knowledge. These programs provide hands-on learning experiences plus peer engagement resulting in a more successful STEM academic career.