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REP: The Expert’s Opinion on ImpREssions in the Workplace

Recall my last blog about ImpREssions in the Work Place? I was having an IM discussion with my buddy Kevin about why I think it’s important for your attire be polished. I think it gives others a positive first impression … Read more >

Women at SWE are Out of this World!

Note from the editor: Remember Lisa from a few weeks ago? She’s guest blogging for us again today on her SWE experience! I can’t believe I first wrote to you a few weeks ago about SWE and here I am, … Read more >

Heading to Texas for SWE 2012!

Note from the editor: We have the pleasure of featuring a guest blogger today to share her experience with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Intel is getting ready for SWE 2012 taking place in Houston, Texas from November 8 – … Read more >

Subject: Constructive Confrontation & Email Etiquette

From: Kirsten Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 2012 7:34 AM To:You You were sent a passive aggressive email from Jessica in finance. You don’t get along with Jessica, and she’s copied your colleagues and boss on the email. You feel … Read more >

Creativity is Disruption

A few days ago… I was sitting in the Intel café chatting with a principal engineer (PE) about disruptive players in the tech industry. Apple, Google, and Amazon came up during our conversation…  A few years ago… Apple, was a … Read more >

REP: How I Picked Engineering

After sixth grade, I was accepted to a week-long summer camp called “CEW” (short for: Careers in Engineering for Women) at the University of Texas at Austin. CEW was the first time I spent more than one night away from … Read more >

REP: Finding the Perfect Career

When I was six, if a stranger asked me, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” I would have immediately responded with, “I want to be an actress.” Simple, right? I’d play with my Play-Doh, put on … Read more >