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Our vision

The Aggie Women Engineers Network (AWEN) will be the best-in-class current and former student network focused on professional and personal development on the Texas A&M University campus and in the community.

Our mission is to:

  • create engagement opportunities for former students to connect with each other as well as current students.
  • facilitate real mentorship relationships.
  • encourage networking between former students and engineering colleagues.
  • support selected initiatives within the Texas A&M College of Engineering.
  • promote professional and academic recruitment to the College of Engineering.

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Female Texas A&M University engineering graduates across the decades: seven graduates in the 1960s, 391 graduates in the 1970s, 2,693 graduates in the 1980s, 2,926 graduates in the 1990s, 3,532 graduates in the 2000s, and 6,410 graduates in the 2010s. Statistics provided by The Association of Former Students. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering

How to connect

The Aggie Women Engineers Network (AWEN) plans to connect with female Texas A&M University former engineering students by hosting networking opportunities. These will include regional networking events, annual meetings on the Texas A&M campus, virtual engagement opportunities, mentor meet-ups, conferences and happy hours. Former students will also be able to connect with current engineering students involved in the Texas A&M Women in Engineering program, as well as with career service experts. We will announce how to join AWEN’s first virtual event soon.

Location of female former Texas A&M University engineering students: 1,920 in Dallas-Fort Worth, 2,008 in College Station, 4,959 in Houston, 1,040 in Austin (13,859 total in Texas) and 4,874 out of state. Statistics provided by The Association of Former Students. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering