Society of Women Engineer Evening with Industry

Welcome to the 12th Annual Evening With Industry! We are excited to announce that this is the second year that the Society of Women Engineers’ (SWE) is hosting the event. 

The female engineering students of the College of Engineering and Applied Science greatly value this event because it provides them the opportunity to create a strong first impression with employers the evening before the first UC Technical Career Fair. Although this year’s event has to be held virtually, we are looking forward to next year’s (hopefully!) in-person event.  Please refer to the WebEx links listed to locate your respective room for this evening. To learn more about the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), visit the UC SWE website.


  • 5-5:15 PM: Introduction
  • 5:15-5:45 PM: Session 1
  • 5:45-6:15 PM: Session 2
  • 6:15-6:45 PM: Session 3
  • 6:45 PM: Conclusion

Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering

  • Room 1: Gulfstream, Aerospace Corporation, and Heapy Engineering
  • Room 2: Cooper Tire & Rubber Company and Duke Energy
  • Room 3: Owens Corning, The Navy Officer Recruiting Station, and Duke Energy

Chemical, Biomedical & Environmental Engineering

  • Room 4: Marathon Petroleum Company, LLP
  • Room 5: Celanese and Owens Corning, Peace Corps
  • Room 6: Crane ChemPharma & Energy and Dow, The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ)

Computer Science, Computer Engineering & Electrical Engineering

  • Room 7: NASIC and Northrop Grumman, Gulfstream
  • Room 8: FIS and Cincinnati Bell
  • Room 9: The Navy Officer Recruiting Station, Heapy Engineering, and Fast Enterprises LLC

Civil Engineering & Construction Management

  • Room 10: Corna Kokosing Construction Company and Fischer Homes
  • Room 11: Garney Contruction and Performance Contracting Group
  • Room 12: Turner Construction Company and Marathon Petroleum Company, LLP
Headshot of Priya Modgil

Priya Modgil

Priya is a currently a fourth year student studying Chemical Engineering. She is this year’s Evening with Industry Chair for SWE and excited for this year’s event, despite its virtual format!

Headshot of Kate Abeln

Kate Abeln

Kate is currently a fifth year studying Biomedical Engineering. She was the chair of Evening with Industry last year, and now serves as a mentor for the event.

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Paula Lampley

Paula serves as the Women in Engineering Director for the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. She has served as a mentor for this year’s event planning.

Headshot of Krizia Cabrera-Toro

Krizia Cabrera-Toro

Krizia is a Program Coordinator at UC’s Office of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement, working directly with Women in Engineering in CEAS as well. This year, she has served as an aid in our Evening with Industry’s event planning.