Synopsis

Podcast by Society of Women Engineers

Episodes

  • HP Podcast Series #3- Transforming HP Over Nearly 3 Decades

    HP Podcast Series #3- Transforming HP Over Nearly 3 Decades

    21/07/2020 Duration: 13min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, FY20 SWE President Cindy Hoover speaks with Dr. Qian Lin, a research scientist who works on computer vision and deep learning in the HP Labs. This is the last podcast in our three-part HP series about social responsibility. Dr. Lin discusses what it's like being a fellow at HP and how she has helped transform HP over three decades.

  • Episode 93: Working From Home as a Dow Leader and Parent During a Pandemic

    Episode 93: Working From Home as a Dow Leader and Parent During a Pandemic

    08/07/2020 Duration: 33min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Heather Doty, SWE FY20 president-elect, speaks with Brandie Dessauer, an integrated supply chain manager at Dow. Together they discuss working from home as a leader at Dow and parent during a pandemic.

  • Episode 92: Jayshree Seths Perspective on Current Crises and the Path Forward

    Episode 92: Jayshree Seth's Perspective on Current Crises and the Path Forward

    01/07/2020 Duration: 30min

    WE19 "Celebrate SWE!" keynote speaker, 3M's Jayshree Seth, joins SWE CEO and executive director, Karen Horting, to discuss two issues dominating our world and personal lives: the COVID-19 virus, and systemic racism—a virus in its own right.

  • HP Podcast Series #2- HP Print and Quality

    HP Podcast Series #2- HP Print and Quality

    23/06/2020 Duration: 30min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, FY20 SWE President Cindy Hoover speaks with Katie Hirschey, Contractual Quality Program Manager in Print Hardware Systems at HP. This is the second in a three-part podcast series with HP about social responsibility. Katie discusses the impact of her work in HP Print and Quality along with her engagement in the intern program and in her regional SWE community.

  • The Coronavirus Pandemics Impact on Gender Inequality in Engineering

    The Coronavirus Pandemic's Impact on Gender Inequality in Engineering

    15/06/2020 Duration: 21min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, SWE senior manager of research, Roberta Rincon, speaks with Dr. Rachel Korn, director of research on organization bias at the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California Hastings College of Law. Together they discuss the impact that the coronavirus pandemic could potentially have on gender inequality in engineering.

  • Sustainability and Tech- Go Hand in Hand

    Sustainability and Tech- Go Hand in Hand

    15/06/2020 Duration: 21min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, SWE Senior Manager in Research, Roberta Rincon speaks with Sakshi Mishra, Energy and AI researcher at National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Sakshi focuses on applying artificial intelligence to solve climate change problems through increased adoption and deployment of renewable energy sources. Together they discuss how important it is to communicate to the younger generation of women that are seeking meaningful tech careers that have a positive impact on the sustainability of the planet.

  • SWE Stories: Tales from the Archives: SWE Celebrates 70th Anniversary

    SWE Stories: Tales from the Archives: SWE Celebrates 70th Anniversary

    27/05/2020 Duration: 16min

    In honor of SWE's 70th Anniversary, Archivist Troy Eller English talks to Anne Perusek, SWE Magazine's Director of Editorial and Publications, to bring you "Tales from the Archives," honoring the women who founded SWE and recounting SWE's early years, including anecdotes about some of SWE's first meetings.

  • HP Podcast Series #1- Technical Leader in 3D Printing in Barcelona

    HP Podcast Series #1- Technical Leader in 3D Printing in Barcelona

    20/05/2020 Duration: 22min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, FY20 SWE President Cindy Hoover speaks with Virginia Palacios, 3D Product Management Director at HP. This is the first in a three-part podcast series with HP about social responsibility. Virginia discusses how HP's equipment saved her dad's life, her knowledge of 3D Printing and the obstacles she has faced as a woman in engineering.

  • Episode 87: Balancing Work and Mom Life as an Engineer- APAHM

    Episode 87: Balancing Work and Mom Life as an Engineer- APAHM

    15/05/2020 Duration: 45min

    In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), SWE is highlighting Asian American and Pacific Islander women engineers. For our second podcast during APAHM, Jenny Morikawa, SWE's Asian Connections Affinity Group Advisor, interviews Angela Lo, solution quality engineer at IBM and Sowmya Nagesh, senior engineering technical lead at Caterpillar Inc. In this episode, they discuss how they balance work and mom life as Asian Pacific American women and lessons they have learned since working from home during this time.

  • Episode 86: Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Past SWE President, Nora Lin

    Episode 86: Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Past SWE President, Nora Lin

    01/05/2020 Duration: 30min

    In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), SWE is highlighting Asian American and Pacific Islander women engineers. For our first podcast during APAHM, Le Si Qu, SWE's Asian Connections Affinity Group Co-Lead, interviews Nora Lin, retired engineering project manager at Northrop Grumman and past president of the Society of Women Engineers, FY 2010. In this episode, Nora discusses her career in STEM, her experiences as a past SWE president and advice for aspiring engineers and technologists.

  • SWE Stories: Tales From the Archives- Early Achievement Award Recipients Offer Advice Pt. 3

    SWE Stories: Tales From the Archives- Early Achievement Award Recipients Offer Advice Pt. 3

    30/03/2020 Duration: 38min

    SWE Archivist Troy Eller English talks to Anne Perusek, SWE's Magazine Director of Editorial and Publications, bring you part three from a 1968 SWE national convention panel with seven Achievement Award Recipients from previous years.

  • Episode 85: BPs Virginia Moore on Not Giving Up on Your Dreams

    Episode 85: BP's Virginia Moore on Not Giving Up on Your Dreams

    19/03/2020 Duration: 14min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, FY20 SWE President Cindy Hoover speaks with Virginia Moore, rig engineer at BP, and the third generation of her family working as a well engineer. Virginia is passionate about promoting science and engineering to more girls and young women, and encouraging to not give up on their dreams! Together they discuss Virginia's professional and academic accomplishments and how we can create a more diverse, inclusive environment for women in engineering.

  • SWE Stories: Tales From the Archives- Early Achievement Award Recipients Offer Advice Pt. 2

    SWE Stories: Tales From the Archives- Early Achievement Award Recipients Offer Advice Pt. 2

    16/03/2020 Duration: 24min

    SWE Archivist Troy Eller English talks to Anne Perusek, SWE's Magazine Director of Editorial and Publications, bring you part two from a 1968 SWE national convention panel with seven Achievement Award Recipients from previous years.

  • SWE Stories: Tale From the Archives – Early Achievement Award Recipients Offer Advice

    SWE Stories: Tale From the Archives – Early Achievement Award Recipients Offer Advice

    02/03/2020 Duration: 27min

    SWE Archivist Troy Eller English talks to Anne Perusek, SWE's Magazine Director of Editorial and Publications, bring you part one from a 1968 SWE national convention panel with seven Achievement Award Recipients from previous years.

  • Episode 84: Become a Better, Stronger Leader in Engineering

    Episode 84: Become a Better, Stronger Leader in Engineering

    26/02/2020 Duration: 23min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, President Elect Heather Doty speaks with Jo Miller CEO of Be Leaderly and author Woman of Influence: 9 Steps to Build Your Brand, Establish Your Legacy, and Thrive. Jo has dedicated two decades to helping women advance into positions of influence by leveraging their leadership strengths and has served as a moderator for SWE's eXXec program. In this SWE Diverse episode, Jo speaks to some of the lessons in her book, as well what women can look forward to by attending SWE’s eXXec program.

  • Episode 83: Celebrating Black History Month with Past SWE President Sherita Ceaser

    Episode 83: Celebrating Black History Month with Past SWE President Sherita Ceaser

    17/02/2020 Duration: 43min

    In celebration of Black History Month, SWE is highlighting African American women engineers. For our second podcast during Black History Month, Bralade Koroye Emenajo, African American Affinity Group Lead of the Society of Women Engineers interviews Sherita Ceasar, senior vice president at Comcast and the first African American President of the Society of Women Engineers, FY 2004. In this episode, Sherita discusses her career path in STEM, her past as SWE president and advice for current and future engineers and leaders.

  • Episode 82: Breaking Barriers: Thriving on the Technical Track- SWE Black History Month

    Episode 82: Breaking Barriers: Thriving on the Technical Track- SWE Black History Month

    06/02/2020 Duration: 36min

    In celebration of Black History Month, SWE is highlighting African American women engineers who are breaking barriers in the technical track. For our first podcast during Black History Month, Bralade Koroye Emenajo, African American Affinity Group Lead of the Society of Women Engineers interviews Andrea Taffe, Certification Engineer at Collins Aerospace and Linda Thomas a recent retiree as a technical fellow with the Boeing Company in Seattle Washington. In this SWE Diverse episode, together they discuss obstacles they have faced as a female technical fellow in engineering, how industries can create a more diverse environment within their organization and how to find a healthy work/life balance.

  • Episode 81: Theresa Payton on Fighting Cybercrime During Elections

    Episode 81: Theresa Payton on Fighting Cybercrime During Elections

    22/01/2020 Duration: 36min

    Every morning as we scroll through the day’s news headlines, a question lurks. How can I trust what’s online as I listen to political debates and controversies – and how might the news that I read online influence my vote? These questions are more important than ever as the next presidential election nears. In this SWE Diverse episode, Chicago-based journalist and SWE Magazine contributor Sandra Guy speaks with Theresa Payton, CEO and co-founder of cybercrime-fighting firm Fortalice Solutions.

  • Episode 80: Women Executives in Engineering - Sarah Joseph of the NSA

    Episode 80: Women Executives in Engineering - Sarah Joseph of the NSA

    08/01/2020 Duration: 12min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, FY19 SWE President Cindy Hoover speaks with Sarah Joseph of the National Security Agency (NSA). Sarah is a Computer Science Researcher who holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master’s degree in human-computer interaction. In this SWE Diverse episode, she discusses her knowledge of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and adversarial machine learning, as well as what it's like to work for NSA.

  • Episode 79: Intels Sierra Reid on Creating Your Own Career

    Episode 79: Intel's Sierra Reid on Creating Your Own Career

    25/11/2019 Duration: 18min

    In this special edition podcast recorded live at WE19 in Anaheim, California, SWE past president Jessica Rannow speaks with Intel's Sierra Reid who explains the concept of 'job crafting,' and how we can all create and cultivate our ideal careers.

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