Pitt | Swanson Engineering
Non-Traditional Careers for Women: Civil Engineers in High Demand for Good Pay

PITTSBURGH (August 30, 2012) ... What are the rewards of a career in civil Engineering? Undergraduate women in the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering's Civil Engineering program contributed their opinions during the video interview below with Imagine Pittsburgh. The students were touring the ongoing construction work along Route 28 through a program in conjunction with the local American Society of Civil Engineers, the Constructors Association of Western PA and Brayman Construction Corp. of Saxonburg.

 

Women in Non-Traditional Careers: Pitt Engineering Students

   

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8/30/2012

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