Coats-Lab-2103More and more women are discovering that a career as a mechanical engineer will allow them to tackle society’s needs in a wide variety of challenging, interesting and rewarding ways. At work, women engineers are professionally respected, valued, and well-rewarded. Many employers are happy to accommodate the needs and schedules of engineers with family.

Women have bright futures in Mechanical Engineering. They are actively recruited for the unique perspectives that they can bring to innovation and public service.

As the engineering profession becomes increasingly team oriented, interdisciplinary, and communicative, women are excelling. Here in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, we are strengthened by the range of perspectives brought by our students, staff, and faculty. As such, we work to provide a supportive environment for all of our students that helps students and faculty reach their aspirations.


Resources for Women in Mechanical Engineering