Represent the Graduate Community at WE18, SWE’s Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 18-20, 2018. More than 250 sessions will be selected. The theme for WE18 is “Let’s Break Boundaries.” For three days, thousands of women in engineering and technology will connect with one another and celebrate how they are breaking boundaries every day. They’re crashing through barriers: graduating from engineering schools around the globe, working at top engineering firms, and innovating solutions to the world’s biggest challenges!
If you enjoyed participating in the Graduate Community sessions at WE17 or have ideas on how to improve the grad sessions for WE18 please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
Do you have a session ready to go or just an idea for a session that you want feedback on? Fill out this form by February 26th with as much (or as little) information as you can to get feedback from GradSWE!
Don’t have an idea but want to get involved? We have possible topics you can develop into your own talk! Email us if you are interested in using one of the following or want other suggestions.
- Challenges of grad school-Personal anecdote
- Maintaining mental health
- Task management
- Conflict resolution with collaborations
- Mentoring underclassman/undergrads
- How to give a chalk talk
- Networking at conferences
- Grant writing
- CV, cover letter, teaching statement review
Submit your final session proposal for WE18, SWE’s Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 18-20, 2018 here! The deadline for proposals is Friday, March 9.
If you have any questions, contact our new Graduate Programming email address at GradSWEProgramming@gmail.com.