Your generation is going to even out the engineering experience, and we are leading the way. Our incoming class of first year women is consistently more than double the national average in recent years. Our women thrive in engineering here because we offer the right support. We have our own Women in Engineering program, as well as a very active chapters of female-focused student organizations such as the Society of Women Engineers, RoboGals, Girls in Tech, AtheaHacks, Women in Computing, and our engineering sorority Alpha Omega Epsilon.
Our faculty continue to increase the number of females almost year by year with one of the largest representations in engineering schools today. 50% of our Freshman Academy courses are typically taught by women. Female faculty not only teach your classes, but they also lead teams of researchers in making strides toward advancing solutions to the NAE Grand Challenges.