PWSE Poster Series
Have you ever wondered what kind of career you could have if you studied science, technology, engineering or mathematics? The Program for Women in Science and Engineering is excited to present our women in STEM careers poster series featuring 7 different women impacting the world in 7 different ways. Meet the women:
Amy Johnson, Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations
Amy Johnson is a Criminalist for the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations and tests evidence in the laboratory.
Surya Mallapragada, Iowa State University
Dr. Surya Mallapragada is a professor and chair of the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department at Iowa State University.
Kim Bogenschutz, Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Kim Bogenschutz coordinates the statewide Aquatic Invasive Species Program within the Fisheries Bureau of the DNR.
Mary Rukashaza, Pella Corporation
Mary Rukashaza works as an Architectural Engineer for Pella Corporation and does national and international consultanting.
DeDee Smidt, Principal Financial
DeDee Smidt works as a Senior Information Security Analyst for Principal Financial.
Kendra Frazier, Dupont Pioneer
Kendra Frazier works in the Technology Development group where the newest technologies related to DNA extraction and PCR of plant (mainly corn) tissue are explored.
Colleen Becker, Rockwell Collins
Colleen Becker is the Principal Engineering Manager on navigation and communication products for the federal government.
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For more information contact:
Lora Leigh Chrystal, Director
Program for Women in Science and Engineering
218 Carver Hall
Ames, IA 50011-2060