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Engineering Myths: Facts or Fiction

Curious about what it’s like to be an engineer? Do you know what an engineer does? Want to know how your work as an engineer can lead to the next big invention? Engineering is perhaps one of the most misunderstood careers of our times. I’m here to dispel several...

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engineering myth #1 all engineers are math nerds

The Women of Brindley Engineering

Supporting Women at Brindley EngineeringEngineering Jobs for Women: The Women at BEWe are a diverse group of women engineers. We are creative thinkers, athletes, and designers — and we have a great sense of humor. Every woman at Brindley Engineering brings unique...

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Female Engineer Q&A: 1-Year Retrospective

Women in Engineering: A One Year Retrospective About a year ago Alesia T., Associate Mechanical Engineer at Brindley Engineering wrote an article about Being a Woman in a Male Dominated Industry. We’ve had many questions and comments on her article, so we recently...

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Pregnancy in the Workplace

According to The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) it is common for mothers and pregnant women, to work outside of their homes. Overall, 56% of pregnant woman work full time during their pregnancy and 82% of nulliparous women (women who...

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Women in Engineering

Being an Engineer in a Male Dominated Industry “You’re smarter than you look.” This was actually said to me at a work function once… According to PESA (Petroleum Equipment and Services Association), men make up 85% of employees in the oil and gas industry.1 Men...

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