The Woodruff School Graduate Women’s group was created to serve the academic, social, and career needs of female graduate students in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech.
WSGW is hosting a tech talk with Dr. Diaz-Elsayed. She will be on campus on Monday, December 9th to give a seminar titled “Characterizing the Energy Consumption of Manufacturing Processes and Systems to Inform Decision-Making”.
At the beginning of each semester, WSGW holds a lunch meeting to catch up with other ME women and to discuss what events that will be held during the next semester. Please join us in Love 210 from 12 – 1 pm to enjoy a free lunch and discuss events for the Spring semester. If you plan to come, email Allison Mahvi by Wednesday at noon so that we can order enough food. Hope to see you then!
Welcome to Georgia Tech! If you are interested in WSGW or have any questions about graduate school at Tech, feel free to contact us.
WSGW is involved in a seminar series called TECH talks (Transporting Engineers Closer to Home). This seminar series will bring young, accomplished women in Mechanical Engineering to Georgia Tech to share their research and potentially foster new collaborations. We would like to thank the Woodruff School and Dr. Wepfer for their support of this project