The Women in Engineering (WE) vision for inclusion goes beyond an immediate increase in the number of students as we will incorporate inclusive practices throughout our college and elicit meaningful and lasting changes in the engineering culture and workplace as a whole.

Through innovative programming and partnerships, the WE program works to increase the number of women engineering graduates and create a diverse pool of candidates entering the engineering workforce and academia. Our mission is to provide academic, professional and personal growth opportunities for female undergraduate and graduate students to succeed in College of Engineering courses of study and beyond. WE also works with faculty and a variety of stakeholders to support women.

Women in Engineering (WE) brings together communities of women for the supportive and development of undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty through our program in Texas A&M University's College of Engineering.

WE programs and student engagement are made possible through partnerships, collaborations and support from industry, former students, friends and the community. Other opportunities include faculty-focused workshops and events and corporate partnerships.

WE offers a variety of programs designed to interest girls and young students in engineering majors and careers. Programs include week-long summer camps, one-day events, and ongoing programs throughout the academic year.

WE programs and student engagement are made possible through partnerships, collaborations and support from industry, former students, friends and the community.

The Women in Engineering program recently sponsored all-girls FIRST® LEGO® League teams in the Bryan/College Station area. Read the full article here.