Women in STEM: Inspiring, Leading and Mentoring

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Women in STEM, more specifically alumnae from William States Lee College of Engineering, are making an impact on campus and in the workplace. Today, the number of women enrolled in the W.S. Lee College of Engineering has grown 50% in the last decade, but still represents only 15% of overall college enrollment. Work needs to be done – and our alumnae are leading the way.

Learn about two STEM experts in particular who are actively encouraging talented women and girls to explore and enter STEM fields. They know that diverse voices and perspectives lead to better research and business outcomes.

Tiffani Teachy holds children's book about STEM careers

Tiffani Teachy ’03, ’05 M.S. in Engineering Management: Engineering a Path from A to Z

Mellissa Olliver ’12 B.S. in Civil Engineering: Paying Forward the Value of Mentorship

Learn more about these STEM leaders who are inspiring future generations of female innovators.