Cow pee, drugs help Society of Women Engineers in conference win

Recovering pharmaceutical drugs from cow pee — that’s what Cal Poly’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) chapter did to win third place at the annual SWE conference Team Tech competition this past month.

SWE wins gold, as expected

Cal Poly has an outstanding Society of Women Engineers chapter, according to the SWE National Conference.

Society of Women Engineers breaks stereotypes

Aryn Sanderson Men dominate Cal Poly’s College of Engineering. A whopping 81.5 percent of the college — some 4,410 students — are men. Despite being a minority on campus, female engineers have made the Cal Poly chapter of the…

SWEet Victory

Cal Poly Society of Women’s Engineers (SWE) brought home its eighth Gold Award as the nation’s top Outstanding Collegiate Section at the Annual Conference for Women Engineers on Oct. 15. The annual Women’s Engineers Conference was held in Chicago from…

Honorees show engineering is not just a man’s world

The Cal Poly Society of Women Engineers (SWE) honored five women at its “Evening With Industry” awards banquet on January 21 with the 2011 Outstanding Women in Engineering and Technology Award. This year’s honorees were Anne Beug, Sarah R. Chang,…

Women engineers recognized for achievements

Five women engineers were honored for excelling in leadership, work experience and grade point average at the 34th annual Evening with the Industry gala last Thursday.