The Women in Engineering Program was launched to encourage more women to become engineers. We help curious, creative, and hard-working women pursue their dreams of making the world a better place – through the science of engineering.
Since our establishment in 1993, our passion is to ensure women are equally represented in the engineering workforce, and that hard-working students eager to learn and change the world are fully aware of their capabilities.
The University of Akron’s proximity to world leaders in tire technology and 20 Fortune 500 companies makes connections to these companies within reach for skilled women engineers who graduate from our program.
We focus on:
Taylor Verba, a biomedical engineering major, on why she chose UA for her engineering education.
Madeline Lee, '19, B.S. Corrosion Engineering, talks about why she loves her job.
Director of Diversity and Inclusion
College of Engineering and Polymer Science