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FROM THE READERS

A RESOURCE FOR WOMEN


Thank you for highlighting some of the people and programs that advance women in engineering in the March 2009 Prism article “Yes, WEPAN.” However, the article included an incorrect description of the membership and focus of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). SWE’s more than 20,000 members comprise women in engineering and technology at all stages of their careers and those who support women in engineering. SWE’s academic membership – which accounts for more than half of our membership – includes undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and administration. Prism’s readers should leverage SWE as a powerful voice and resource for women in engineering on campuses and in public policy discussions, complementary to those described in the article.

—Betty Shanahan
Executive Director & CEO
Society of Women Engineers
Chicago



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