Why so few? New Report on Women in STEM Fields


The new report from AAUW on why are there so few women scientists and engineers is terrific. I highly suggest it for anyone in engineering. I had the chance to see one of the authors speak at a conference, and I was struck by some of their findings. You can download a full copy of the book on their website or request a paper copy while they last.

Some of the key points I found interesting:

Posted By jenschelly read more

What's up!


I haven't blogged in awhile, but a lot has happened and I figured I was overdue.

The autocross season has started, and the SoloRu is almost ready to make it to an event. I've made good progress on the new transmission and it should be done next time get to Dave's for a few hours to finish it up. Hopefully, I'll have that done for the next event in June. The car's going to be phenomenal to drive once I get there.

DC Trip


I had a conference in DC, so I took a little time before and after to visit with friends & family and see the sites.

Posted By jenschelly read more

Help me raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters!


Over the past 2 years, my friends and family have donated $951.88 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua through FirstGiving.com. How awesome is that?! Help me raise more and show how awesome my friends and family are by clicking on the "Donate" button.

I have two "littles" through BBBS, Devon and Faith. Faith has graduated from the program and is well on her way to success in life! Devon is 16 and working on her driver's license. I like to fundraise for BBBS during their Bowl for Kids Sake campaign because they help match kids in need ("littles") with "bigs" who can be a positive energy in their lives in and around the Nashua area.

Donating is strictly no-pressure and completely voluntary. Don't feel you need to donate unless you want to. Many thanks for your support -- and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too!

Posted By jenschelly read more


Subscribe to JenAndNeil.com RSS