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Interested in AI? Not sure where to start? Consider joining Apply AI, the AI4All TAMU Chapter's Project Based learning program. Apply AI is a 4 week discrete project based learning opportunity to explore AI at an introductory level and gain insight into first steps in project management, data analysis and cleaning, coding, and other AI concepts crucial to employers. We encourage those with an introductory level of coding experience to join us for our virtual launch. This Thursday, October 22nd @ 6 PM CST. Sign up in advance here for Zoom access! 

Webinar with an IBM Executive Leadership Coach!

Join Ms. Jennifer Paylor, an Executive Leadership Coach at IBM on October 22nd from 7-8 pm for a leadership webinar! She will be talking about servant leadership, leadership development, implementing a growth mindset, and women empowerment in corporate leadership. Once you RSVP, we will send you the zoom info.

Hope you can attend!

SWE National Conference

Sponsorship Applications

Applications to be sponsored to attend the virtual SWE National Conference on November 2-13th are now open! 


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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