Women in Engineering Day
Save the date: Oct. 2020
Women in Engineering (WIE) Day is a free one-day workshop designed to introduce High school students in 11th and 12th grades to engineering and computer science concepts. Students learn how to take the skills they already have and build a successful college experience and future career.
Spend the day with the U of I College of Engineering!
- 2019 Hands-on Challenge: DESIGN A PROSTHETIC LEG in a hands-on challenge that makes engineering, computer science and design concepts fun and easy to understand
- SCHOLARSHIPS toward a U of I undergraduate degree in engineering
- CAREER INFO and insight into the many engineering degree paths at U of I
- CURRENT STUDENT AND FACULTY ENGAGEMENT as students work alongside and learn from College of Engineering professionals
- DEPARTMENT TOURS and info on the many engineering learning spaces on campus
- 13% OF ENGINEERS ARE WOMEN. The University of Idaho is committed to changing that statistic.
- MORE THAN 250 WOMEN attend Women in Engineering events each year
- 76% OF STUDENTS say they could envision themselves studying engineering in college after attending a Women in Engineering Event