Engineering Living & Learning Communities
Living-Learning Programs (LLPs) are residential communities where students are able to share and deepen their passions and education through social, educational, and reflective activities. Our living and learning communities promote diversity, inclusion, and social justice in the field of engineering through curricular and co-curricular programs.
The Sheila Rohra WIE Connect Peer Mentoring Program
The Sheila Rohra WIE Connect Peer Mentoring Program provides new engineering students the opportunity to be a part of mentoring teams during their first semester on campus. Mentoring teams meet regularly to provide support, discuss their experiences, and explore opportunities within Maryland Engineering.Peer Mentoring
Internships with WIE
Each year, the Women in Engineering Program hires undergraduate Clark School students to serve as academic year and summer interns. Interns assist with the development and coordination of various programs as well as assist with implementing communication strategies.WIE Internships
The Women in Engineering Program is proud to provide programs, services, and resources to engage and foster community among our Maryland Engineering students. We look forward to your participation- click here to view our upcoming events!Get Involved!
WIE Tutoring Services
All are welcome to take advantage of free tutoring services offered through the Women in Engineering Program. During the Fall 2023 semester, tutoring takes place in-person and virtually Sunday through Thursday. Please visit our page to view the schedule and make an appointment!WIE Tutoring Services
WIE/TerrapinWorks Technical Workshops
In collaboration with Terrapin Works, the Women in Engineering Program is excited to offer technical workshops available for all Clark School students. Please check out our calendar for updates on upcoming workshops throughout the semester.WIE Technical Workshops
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
The Society of Women Engineers is a not-for-profit international organization with over 42,000 members worldwide. The University of Maryland SWE chapter promotes women's involvement in the engineering and technology industry through personal development, networking, and scholarship programs. SWE's objective is to provide a sense of community and opportunities so that its members can create a long-lasting impact.
Graduate Women in Engineering
Graduate Women in Engineering (GWE) is an organization dedicated to supporting the success of graduate students in engineering through fostering a sense of community various professional and social events such as panels with faculty and industry professionals, writing groups, game nights, and peer mentoring. GWE is committed to creating an inclusive and inviting envirnoment for all graduate students in engineer. While geared towards women, GWE welcomes students of all gender identities and expressions to support the GWE purpose.