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STEM education, women in engineering, attracting K-12 students to engineering, diversity in STEM and engineering

Beth Holloway is the assistant dean of engineering for undergraduate education and director of the Women in Engineering Program. She works to bring the excitement of the STEM field, including engineering, to K-12 students. The Women in Engineering Program sponsors a number of camps and after-school programs designed to show K-12 students what engineering is about.  

Holloway can discuss:

  • STEM education for grades K-12.
  • Women in engineering.  
  • Diversity issues in engineering.
  • Ensuring success in college for beginning engineering students.
  • How toys can help children take an interest in engineering.


Contact: Beth Holloway,

Purdue University, 610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-4600

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