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Experiential Learning - Women in Engineering at Calvin

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We strive to provide a support system for young women that are interested in the field of Engineering. We currently have:

  • Clustered dorm for women in engineering.

  • Tutoring/study room in the women's engineering dorm.
    We have a regular tutor waiting to help freshmen and sophomore engineering students (especially women students, but not exclusively) in a common study room. Even if you don't need a tutor, come work on homework there and meet other engineering students. (You can bring homework from any class - or even just a fun, non-school-related project.) This takes place in the Noordeweir Conference room - just inside the women's wing every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.

  • Social and networking activities for Calvin women engineering students, sponsored by the department.

  • Calvin Women Scientists student organization.

  • Female Engineering Students are invited to participate in the West Michigan chapter activities for the Society of Women Engineers.

    If you are have more questions about Women in Engineering at Calvin, or are interested in working to improve opportunities for female engineering students at Calvin, please contact Prof. Gayle Ermer, or Prof. Jennifer Van Antwerp.

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