Other Wireless-Related Information for Women

Websites for Girls Interested in Engineering and Science: 


Books to Encourage Girls to Pursue Science, Technology, Engineering, Math:

New!  Barbie introduces Robotic Engineer doll


New!  What do Engineers in Wireless Do?  Here are some articles (“Role Call”) from RF Globalnet about specific wireless engineering jobs, credentials needed, and what work is done.


Engineering Universities with Significant Female Student Populations:


Undergraduate Programs:

The following articles may be of assistance:

The 10 Best Colleges for Females in STEM Fields

Forbes- The Best Colleges for Women & Minorities for STEM

Huffington Post – Women in Engineering

NAE – Women in Engineering

Undergraduate engineering programs ranked by cost:  College Choice.net: Best Bachelors Degrees in Engineering

(From within this article, under the listing for Georgia Tech, is the following statement:  “Of all United States institutions, Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering awards the highest number degrees to women and minorities.”)


Graduate Programs:

Top 10 Graduate Engineering Programs for Women in 2016:

(source:  US News: 10 Best Graduate Schools in Engineering for Women)

  1. University of Southern California
  2. University of South Dakota
  3. Georgia Tech
  4. Stanford
  5. Carnegie Mellon
  6. Columbia
  7. Northeastern
  8. MIT
  9. Arizona State
  10. Johns Hopkins


Additional Websites of Interest to Wireless Women:


New!  PBS review of Hedy Larmarr Video “Bombshell” [warning: full video may not be suitable for young audiences]

New!  IEEE Book Series on Women in Engineering

Article on Women Inventors

United Kingdom’s Female Technology Pioneers

United Kingdom’s IET Women Engineer’s Website

Dice Article on Women in Technology

Wikipedia Article on Women in Early Radio

Wikipedia Article on Women in Telegraphy

Wikipedia Article on Women in Technology

Book on Women Telegraphers by Jepsen, 245 pages

Article on Women Telegraphers by Jepsen

Article on Women Telegraphers in the US Civil War

See the article about women telegraphers in the AWA Review, Vol. 29 2016, “Telegraph in the American Civil War” by David and Julia Bart, pages 129-131

Article about Women Railroad Telegraphers

Another Article about Women Railroad Telegraphers