Get Involved | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

If you are a current student leader seeking to add to the WIE Calendar and/or reserve space for your event, please complete the WIE Room Request form.


WIE Power Tool camp group in front of UMD bus

Volunteer with WIE

The Women in Engineering Program seeks to expose young women to hands-on engineering activities in order to increase their interest in pursuing the engineering field.
With this goal in mind, the Women in Engineering Program coordinates several programs with opportunities for current students to volunteer their time.

WIE Community Breakfasts

Join us each month for community breakfasts hosted in 1131B Martin Hall from 9–11am. All are welcome! Please fill out our RSVP form to confirm your attendance.
Spring 2020 dates:
  • Wednesday, February 5
  • Wednesday, March 4
  • Wednesday, April 1
  • Wednesday, May 6

WIE Tutoring

WIE is offering free tutoring services for undergraduate engineering students throughout the Spring 2020 semester on Thursdays from 5–7pm in AJC 2134. Feel free to drop in anytime. The first session of the semester will begin on Thursday, January 30. Check the WIE calendar for updates.

Writing Groups for Graduate Students

Are you currently working on writing your thesis, dissertation, or articles for publication? 
OR are you in search of a quiet place to study while working with and meeting other graduate student women in engineering? 
Join a WIE Writing Group every Friday and Sunday from 10am–1pm. The WIE Program will provide a quiet, designated space for you to write, work, and study, while building community with one another. Led by graduate students, the Friday and Sunday writing group sessions will be held in EGR 3114 from 10am–1pm. Feel free to drop in anytime. Check the WIE calendar for updates.

Terrapin Works Technical Workshops

In collaboration with Terrapin Works, the Women in Engineering Program is excited to offer free technical workshops available for all students this Spring 2020. Gain hands-on exposure to topics such as:
  • Computer aided design (CAD)
  • 3D Printing
  • Arduino - RGB Sensor and LED
  • Soldering basics
All sessions will be held in the Leidos Innovation Labs (1122) on the first floor of A. James Clark Hall from 5:00pm - 7:00pm.