Monthly Archives: June 2007

2-Minute Radio Show

Lisa Schaefer interviews a VDOT traffic engineer. Congress gets involved. On her call-in show, a student asks for advice about getting an engineering degree. Perhaps he’d like to work in a sewer. Click here to listen.

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Where Were You 1/4 of a Century Ago?

Twenty-five years ago today, I woke up at Grandma Svatek’s house in Reedsville, Wisconsin, population 900. It was a beautiful sunny Friday, the last day of 6th grade. I walked a block to school, got my report card (the only … Continue reading

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Major Decisions Affect Women for the Rest of Their Lives

Linda Hirshman got it right in her June 3 Outlook article, “You’re Not Earning as Much as the Guys? Here’s Why.” Female engineers make much more than women who select other majors, and part of the reason women aren’t selecting … Continue reading

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