After 25 years working in the field of forensic science and over two decades of executive experience as a laboratory director, Kathleen Corrado has been named director of the Forensic and National Security Science Institute (FNSSI) in the College of…
Bioengineering Student Named a Society of Women Engineers Scholarship Recipient
The Rochelle Nicolette Perry Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a currently enrolled college student studying engineering/engineering technology in New York or Iowa. They need to be an active SWE member, involved in planning and participating in events in their community or other organizations.
“Receiving this scholarship is an honor, it means even more coming from the Society of Women Engineers. For 70 years SWE has been advocating for women in engineering fields and providing opportunities for mentorship and career advancement. I am excited to grow as an engineer and even more, to continue to pave the way that has already been started by SWE for more female representation in engineering,” says Larancuent.