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UMN Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers recognized for excellence

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The University of Minnesota chapter of the Society of Women Engineers received two major awards at the SWE’s Region Conference this spring.

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New innovation lab and support from 3M allow CSE freshmen to get creative

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CSE students learn how to become better engineers with an elective course supported by 3M and led by Lorraine Francis, professor of chemical engineering and materials science.

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Summer interns help save businesses resources and money

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Since the internship program’s inception in 1985, more than 200 interns in the University of Minnesota’s Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) have helped Minnesota companies save an unbelievable amount of resources and money.

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From Minnesota to Cambridge

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Lebanese immigrant and 2017 chemical engineering graduate Anthony Tabet shares his personal story of success.

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Kakalios uses View-Master presentation for teach-in on National Mall

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Professor James Kakalios gave a talk on The Physics of Superheroes using the classic View-Master viewers at the teach-in as part of the March for Science on April 22, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

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Deandra Bardell: What drives your curiosity?

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CSE mathematics student, Deandra Bardell, succeeds despite her physical challenges

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Q&A with GOFIRST President Pratheeksha Mallikarjun

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We asked 2016-17 GOFIRST president Pratheeksha Mallikarjun to share her insights on what FIRST Robotics has meant to her and the valuable role the University of Minnesota’s GOFIRST student group plays in the success of FIRST Robotics high school teams in Minnesota.

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In their own words: Women’s History Month spotlight

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Sasānēhsaeh Pyawasay, the College of Science and Engineering Diversity Coordinator, shares her perspectives on Women’s History Month.

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Breaking through the gender gap

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The College of Science and Engineering’s early female faculty set a course for future generations of women to be successful in the science and engineering fields.

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WISEr women

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CSE has designed a number of K-12 outreach programs, support programs, mentorship opportunities, leadership development programs, and more to increase the number of female graduates in science and engineering.