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The University of Nevada Society of Women Engineer's Twentieth Annual Evening with Industry formal networking dinner provides a casual atmosphere for students to interact with business representatives and learn about career and internship opportunities.
This year's theme, "Reach for the Stars," emphasizes how important it is for students to get out there, get noticed, and work to build the connections in their network and aims to encourage and inspire young students to dream big and "Reach for the Stars" when tackling problems in today's expanding world.
While the majority of the companies in attendance are engineering, business, and technology based, students of all majors are welcome and encouraged to attend and grow their own personal network.
Student seating at dinner is assigned by a first-come, first-serve basis, so it is best to arrive early to ensure a seat with your company of preference.
Business professional attire is required.
Stephanie Luongo is currently a Systems Engineer at Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems in Louisville, Colorado. For the past two years she has led the Avionics subsystem test and integration effort for the first full-scale engineering test article of the Dream Chaser vehicle. She holds both a bachelor's and master's degree in Electrical Engineering and is also pursuing a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Stephanie is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Nevada, and is also an Instrument and Glider-rated Private Pilot.
Purchase tickets from Sam DiMuzio in SEM 132 by 5 pm on Friday, September 20. Tickets are $25 for students, $35 after September 20.
Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.