Society of Women Engineers

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STATION

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More information about current SWE events can be found on the SWE calendar or our facebook page.

Announcements

Virtual Game Day Social

We are happy to announce the first SWE social of the semester, Virtual Game Day!

 

Join us with your best game-themed Zoom background and feel free to come dressed as a videogame character, a prize will be given to the person with the best costume!

 

The RSVP deadline is on Saturday, March 6th at @ 10 pm.

Zoom details will be sent to those who RSVP, hope to see you there!

SWE Executive Applications OPEN NOW

Howdy! Applications to be an executive for the SWE 2021-2022 school year are now open!

Applications close Tuesday, March 2nd at 11:59 PM

 

Open Positions:

President, VP Corporate Affairs, VP Internal Affairs, VP External Affairs, VP Finance, VP Administration

 

If you have any questions about any of the positions or the application process, please come to executive office hours!

 

Those times can be found here: https://www.swetamu.com/officers

Please apply here: https://forms.gle/qn832EFvAAiDCRQY9

CONGRATULATIONS

We are very excited to announce that the Society of Women Engineers has won Texas A&M's 2020 Adair Student Organization of the Year Award. 

Congratulations to everyone who helped to make this happen, and we are so proud of the members and leaders who make SWE the amazing organization that it is. WHOOP!

Taking a Stand for  Diversity and Inclusion

The Society of Women Engineers at Texas A&M University is a student organization that strives to cultivate an environment that promotes diversity, inclusion, and empowerment. The recent events in Minneapolis, that resulted in the death of George Floyd go directly against the core values of SWE and Texas A&M University. This act was inhumane and a blatant act of hatred that once again, exposed the systemic and individual racism that continues to play a role in our nation. We vehemently condemn these acts and any acts of racism, discrimination, and violence towards marginalized communities. 

We can not remain silent. We must demand action from our civic leaders to work towards the dismantlement of a system that is plagued with systemic racism. While we cannot begin to imagine the hurt and trauma that the Black community has experienced, we can use our voice and platform to stand in solidarity to demand justice and seek change.

We wholeheartedly back the following statement made by National SWE: https://bit.ly/36U3Tic

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