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College of Engineering and Science Dean Stan Napper points to an active chapter of the Society of Women Engineers as one reason for Tech’s high percentage of women graduate students. He said chapter members served as mentors and provided motivation for the students.

Like other employment fields, Napper said those looking to hire engineers are seeking a more diverse workplace. Napper said Tech’s graduates have resulted in early, multiple and lucrative job offers.

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