Did you know SHPE has a book club? Get to know your SHPE Familia as you read and reflect through a book that empowers you! Book themes include authenticity, leadership, and personal growth - to name a few! Each new cohort chooses their book together and the next cohort starts May 1.
GIVING BACK IS TOP PRIORITY FOR FIRST GENERATION USC STUDENT
Industrial and systems engineering student at USC, and SHPE member, Carlos Acosta is active in a range of student organizations, as well as much-needed volunteer relief efforts for his homeland of Venezuela. USC Viterbi School of Engineering highlighted his work this month.
Are you a graduate student or thinking about grad school? Then you're going to want to check out SHPE con GANAS - our all-new bi-monthly newsletter of Graduate Announcements, News, Advocacy, and Scoop, created by the National Graduate Committee.
We are honoring Latinas in Engineering for Women's History Month with two dedicated latinXfactor webinars. We hope you'll join us!
TONIGHT! Celebrating Latinas in Engineering with Dr. Francis Samalot on March 10. Register >
Engineering Meets the Law: Women in Intellectual Property with Justice Dalila Argaez Wendlandt and Brianna Hinojosa-Smith on March 24. Register >
DEMANDING GENDER PARITY IN TECH BOARDROOMS BT 2025
Girls in Tech launched a campaign called “Half the Board: 50/50 by 2025“—with an open letter to the tech community demanding gender parity in tech boardrooms. Signed by some of the most prestigious leaders in tech, including SHPE CEO Raquel Tamez, the letter signifies a commitment to honestly and meaningfully erasing the gender gap in the tech workplace.
It's not too late to register for RLDC 5 & 7, taking place virtually March 18-20. Take advantage of this opportunity to make new friends, find your next career move, and build up your leadership skills.