When I stepped into my first engineering graduate school class, I quickly noticed I was the only female in the room. In my male-dominated courses, I butted heads with the boys in my group and literally felt like I had to scream to make my voice be heard. But, since then, I've learned a few things. Here's a few tips on how women can make their voices heard.
Being undecided permits you to explore the incredible amount of new subjects and fields that a college education allows instead of holing you up immediately in your chosen degree. It wasn't until my first semester sophomore year that I finally found something I could see myself applying in a career.
These are questions we ask every single day, and I will continue to ask questions to challenge the status quo. Because I know that above it all, it is the questions - not necessarily the answers - that drive our progress and reveal the real opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math.