The Women in Engineering Program is here to support you. We want you to succeed, and to share your knowledge with fellow students who come after you. Here are a host of programs designed to give you the necessary connections and help that will support you in getting your engineering degree.
Current Student Programs
WIE Connect – This program matches first year students with upperclassmen in a mentoring relationship. It gives first year students the opportunity to have a guide to help them through their first year, and upperclassmen the opportunity to help a new student find their way in their first year at MSU. Participating students will have the opportunity to meet regularly as a large group as well to form relationships with other mentoring pairs.
Fall 2014 WIE Connect Events
Sep 22: 5:45pm, 2400 Engineering Building
Oct 20: 5:45pm, 2400 Engineering Building
Nov 17: 5:45pm, 2400 Engineering Building
Important Documents for WIE Connect Participants
- To Do List: ToDoListWIEConnect.docx
- Mentoring Information: Mentoring Information.docx
- Training Slideshow:https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19LdbXXYtge3L8SaQAn3iVgjGXeUS_9uvgbJVEM2sKDE/edit?usp=sharing
Society of Women Engineers (SWE) – SWE is a large and active student organization in the College of Engineering. SWE serves as a support base for women students who are studying engineering but is open to all engineering students. Members of SWE can participate in many programs including regular meetings, outreach, community service, social events, leadership opportunities, engineering conferences, awards banquets, fundraising events, scholarship opportunities, and connections with corporate partners. To learn more about SWE, visit their web site here.
Fall 2014 SWE Meetings
Sept 10 and Sept 22
Oct 8 and Oct 22
Nov 5 and Nov 19
*all meetings are Wednesday nights at 6:00 in room 2250 EB
MSU Women in Computing – This student organization is open to all students who are interested in computing. They create a positive environment for students and provide opportunities for personal, professional and educational development. The organization is very active with a variety of programs for current students as well as pre-college students. To learn more about MSU Women in Computing go to their web site here.
WIC Fall 2014 Meetings (all held from 5:30 to 6:30 location TBD)
September 4, 2014, Room 3105
September 18, 2014
October 2, 2014
October 30, 2014
November 13, 2014
WIE Opportunities for Involvement – We know high school students and incoming students have lots of questions and concerns. You may have benefited from the advice of other students when you started, so now is your chance to give back. We are always in need of volunteers to assist with our Pre-College initiatives such as WOW That's Engineering, MSU Girl Scout day, Email Buddies, and the Summer Women in Engineering Residential Program. If you are interested in learning more about these programs or registering to assist WIE, please contact Teresa Vandersloot at firstname.lastname@example.org or Geralynn Phelps at email@example.com
Phi Sigma Rho - Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for Women in engineering and engineering technology. As of January 2012, Michigan State University recieved colony status and will become an official chapter on December 1st 2012! So watch for further information if you are interested in rushing in the fall. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information about joining our sisterhood!
Click on the link to check out the local MSU Chapter
National Phi Sigma Rho website:
Other Important Links