Civil engineers are among the brightest and most accomplished in the country.
The field has traditionally been dominated by men, and many of its practitioners have been male for decades.
The problem is, many of the country’s civil engineering students are women.
Now a new book has come out, “Sjsu Civil Engineering Florida”, that aims to bridge the gap.
“We have created an app that connects all of the students to each other,” said Jeroen Boudewijn, the author of the book, and a lecturer in civil engineering at the University of Amsterdam.
The app is part of a broader effort to create a more inclusive educational landscape in the field.
“For too long we have had a male-dominated environment,” Boudwijn said.
“It’s very hard to find a woman with a degree, because we do not have the same resources.
And this book is an effort to change that.”
Boudvijn and his co-author, Rohan De Waele, are working to reach as many women as possible.
They are working with the Netherlands Institute of Education to develop the app.
For Boud, this is about getting more women into the field, which has traditionally only been male.
“Women are not going to become engineers because of their gender, because of our economic circumstances, but we are going to be engineers because we are smart and we are passionate,” Bous said.
The book is about women’s accomplishments in civil construction and civil engineering.
It is an ambitious project for a small team, which Boud says will take two to three months to complete.
The project is backed by the Dutch government, which is funding a grant for Boud to do the work.
“There are so many young women in civil engineers,” said Boud.
“And we need to reach out to them.”
To do this, Boud and De Wangele created a book-like app called “SJSU Civil Engineering” which will allow students to view their achievements in civil engineer courses.
The new app, which also supports social media and social networking, has been launched in three cities across the country: Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht.
The books have been developed in partnership with a Dutch engineering company, the Dutch Engineering Foundation, which partnered with Boudwaal to help fund the book.
De Wiele said the aim of the app is to make it easier for women to access the knowledge they need.
“Our aim is to open up the doors for the students,” he said.
Boudwelder said he believes the app will help women gain more confidence in the profession.
“Because of our gender, we have to learn in the same way that men learn,” he explained.
“I think that women have to know that you are capable of everything you are asked to do, and that you have a lot of potential to succeed.”
“If we want to have a future in engineering, we need more women.”