Society of Women Engineers Conference at Michigan Tech

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) section at Michigan Tech hosted the 2014 Region H SWE Conference on Michigan Tech’s campus Feb. 14 to 16. There were approximately 700 in attendance.
The conference drew members from nine Midwestern states. Three quarters of registered attendees are collegiate section members, with the rest coming from professional sections.
The c onference activities included: A networking lunch with industry professionals, a Career Fair with companies looking to recruit female employees, and a keynote speech by Patricia K Poppe, the vice president of customer experience and operations for Consumers Energy and a banquet speech by Martha Sullivan, the president and CEO of Sensata Technologies.

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Article in Houghton Daily Mining Gazette

Martha Sullivan Speaking to the Society of Women Engineers SWE Conference at Michigan Tech using Skype from Chicago when air travel was affected by snowstorms, February 15, 2014
Patricia K Poppe, vice president, Consumers Energy, Keynote Speaker, Society of Women Engineers SWE Conference at Michigan Tech, 2014 Region H Conference at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan
State of SWE Speaker, Stacey DelVecchio, President, Society of Women Engineers SWE at the 2014 Region H Conference at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan
Britta Anderson and Kerstin Cleveland, Michigan Tech Chapter, Society of Women Engineers

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