Carnegie Mellon University
October 22, 2018

Students, alumni, and faculty represent EPP at #WE18

The Women in Engineering conference is an the largest annual gathering of female engineers anywhere in the world. This year's theme - Breaking Boundaries - based on the concept that women engineers are break boundaries for themselves - as well as for other women globally.

Sarah Robb at USAEEEPP doctoral student Sarah Robb (left) won second place in the graduate collegiate technical poster competition for her research "Is faster FDA review time for cardiovascular disease correlated with adverse health outcomes, as evidenced by increased recalls?"

Alumni Leslie Abrahams (PhD 2016) spoke as part of a panel on engineering and public policy careers, taking questions from audience members interested in EPP.

Professor Deborah Stine led a workshop designed to give attendees the skills to promote policy issues in academia, government, industry, or non-governmental organizations.