2006 women's seminar: are we there yet?
Sheri Sheppard, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford Unversity and Advisor to the ME Women's Group
Title: "Where We Are and Where We Want To Be
Laura Demsetz, Ph.D.
Professor of Engineering and Computer Information Science, College of San Mateo
Title: "Enjoying the journey, whether the road is high, long and winding, or less traveled by."
Angela A. Steffen Meyer, Ph.D., PE
Vice President, Client Services, Exponent, Inc.
Title: "So I planned on being a professor - but plans changed..."
Sarah Billington, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
Title: "Transition to One Day at a Time"
Pamela Eibeck , Ph.D.
Dean, College of Engineering, Texas Tech University
Title: "Blue Highways: One Woman's Path Through Academe"
Marti Blad, Ph.D.
Field Inspector and Engineering Design Review, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Ingrid St. Omer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Kentucky
Title: "Crossing Paths and Non-elastic Collisions"
Aimee Angel, M.S.
Senior Product Manager, Next Generation Drug Eluting Stent Strategy, Guidant Corporation
Title: "Projection and Perception: Understanding the biases that will be used against you"
Radia Perlman, Ph.D.
Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Title: "There is no 'there': Embrace the Journey"
Alice Agogino, Ph.D.
Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley
Title: "Women in Engineering in the Year 2020: Possible, Probable, and Preferable Scenarios"
Chris Kurjan, M.S.