Women in Engineering & Computing Career Day for High School Girls

Sade Luwoye was the keynote speaker of the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Women in Engineering & Computing Career Day. Held annually, the Women in Engineering and Computing Career Day is hosted by the College of Engineering, in cooperation with the Manning College of Information and Computer Sciences. This event is designed specifically for high school girls interested in engineering and computing. 

Highlights of the day include:

  • Hands-on engineering and computing activities
  • Industry panel and exhibit tables/demonstrations of state-of-the-art technology
  • Information about career opportunities in engineering and computing
  • Opportunities to talk with alumna and current UMass students
  • Keynote Speaker: Sade Luwoye ’15, Sr Specialist Systems Engineer at L3Harris Technologies
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