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The Old Day Attitudes are Back!

I’m still fuming for a friend who had ‘one of those’ experiences with a male co-worker. The new hire had an arrogant tone about him and he didn’t go out of his way to work with ‘Linda’ (not her real … Continue reading

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Women Making History

If you haven’t seen the PBS series, Makers, you are missing a treat. Women have had quite a history in the United States and Makers documents our history through all of the ups and downs. What fascinates me is looking … Continue reading

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The First Woman Engineer

When I started in engineering there were two women in my college class in the Aerospace and Mechanical School. There were other women engineering students, scattered throughout the other schools that make up the engineering college. We met together once … Continue reading

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Playing the Engineering Card

OK, so I’ll admit there have been times when working with various contractors, auto mechanics, auto dealers and job-related contacts that have required me to play my Engineering Card. This is a device that is used when the top of … Continue reading

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