Honoring incredible female engineers – it’s National Engineers Week!

Engineering is still largely perceived as a male-dominated field, but women have pioneered groundbreaking inventions and taken large strides since the early nineteenth century. Who was the first American woman to become a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers? Nora Stanton Blatch Barney Nora Stanton Blatch Barney was born in Hampshire, England in 1883.  She studied Latin and mathematics at the Horace Mann School in New … Continue reading Honoring incredible female engineers – it’s National Engineers Week!