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CEE alumnae in video on women in engineering

CEE alumnae are featured in a recent video from Michigan Engineering.| Short Read
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CEE alumnae Tarolyn Buckles (’93) and Jasmine Sisson (’99) are featured in a recent video from Michigan Engineering titled, “Being a Woman in Engineering.”

Both women share what it means to follow their engineering ambitions. Being in a field that is largely comprised of men, women can face challenges along the way to becoming a professional engineer. Watch the video to hear what inspired them to pursue their career path and what advice they have for the next generation of women in engineering.

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