KEEN Awardee | Fall 2018

Society of Women Engineers at ASU attends WE18, the national SWE Conference

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ASU’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) sent 25+ representatives to attend WE18, the national SWE conference. At the conference, young women explored entrepreneurship in engineering by competing in a design competition that focused on customer needs in industry and attended talks about entrepreneurship and leadership. This developed them as professionals by helping them to network with women currently in industry, attend the largest career fair in the country, and volunteer to help spread engineering to young girls. Ultimately, this conference allowed ASU SWE to represent the school and demonstrate that ASU is a leader in more than just innovation.

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Arminta Claire Jordan

Mechanical engineering

Hometown: Gilbert, Arizona

Graduation date: Spring 2019