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Grants: 2000


Enhancing Communication and Use of Information in Engineering

National Technological University, Fort Collins, CO
Contact: Lionel V. Baldwin, 970-495-6473
"Discover Engineering!" video


$5,000
Women in Engineering

FIRST Place, Manchester, NH
Contact: Cindy Abrams, 603-666-3906, 800-871-8326;
cabrams@usfirst.org
SharingFIRST, a website for access to engineering information, distance learning and collaborative problem-solving in support of recruiting young women to the FIRST robotics program


$74,000*
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Contact: K. Michelle Buckman, 404-894-6894,
michelle.buckman@dev.gatach.edu
Multimedia CDROM/website designed to provide a more updated image and understanding of engineering as a career choice


$70,587
Girls' Club of Allentown, Allentown, PA
Contact: Deborah Fries, 620-433-0093
Enhancing a summer program for inner-city girls to explore engineering and provide instructional computer classes


$5,000
Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI
Contact: Edith Assaff, 248-204-2312,
advancement@ltu.edu
Collaboration with the Michigan Metro Girl Scouts on a summer program to engage minority girls in math, engineering and science


$74,560*
MassPEP, Boston, MA
Contact: Lisa Ackerman, P.E., 781-275-0494,
dlackerman@earthlink.net
Training sessions for education professionals and workshops for parents to direct attention to the variety of choices women have today in engineering


$15,000
MentorNet, San Jose, CA
Contact: Peg Boyle Single, 408-924-4061,
mentor@email.sjsu.edu
Interactive web-based training modules for mentors and women students in support of MentorNet's nationwide e-mentoring program for engineering education


$63,875*
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
Contact: Kauser Jahan, 856-256-5323,
jahan@rowan.edu
Workshop for attracting women into engineering renewal


$19,995
Santa Clara High School, Santa Clara, CA
Contact: Jocelyn Lee, 408-985-5900
Academic, college and career counseling for young women of color who are interested in pursuing careers in science and engineering


$20,000
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Contact: Suzanne Gage Brainard, 206-543-4810,
brainard@u.washington.edu
Two-year project to establish long-term collaborations with top engineering universities in Africa and build and disseminate a website in order to increase the pool of women


$174,988*
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Contact: Naomi Chesler, 802-656-0978,
nchesler@emba.uvm.edu
Development of a leadership training program for junior women faculty in engineering disciplines


$57,600*
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA
Contact: Denise Nicoletti, 508-831-5257,
nicolett@wpi.edu
Summer outreach program to generate interest and excitement about engineering and technology among young women


$10,000
Information Access in Developing Countries

Bridge to Asia, San Francisco, CA
Contact: Jeffrey Smith, 415-356-9040,
jasmith@bridge.org, URL: www.bridge.org
Outreach to US organizations to obtain used printed material; research into what materials are needed overseas in engineering; development of an online donation site for libraries in China and other developing countries


$50,000
Technical University of Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland
Contact: Miroslaw Swiercz, (085) 744-30-73,
mswiercz@cksr.ac.bialystok.pl
Remote Control Laboratory project to network laboratory facilities and provide access to control engineering students which will then be incorporated and replicated at other technical universities in Poland


*Represents a multi-year grant
$74,640

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