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The main purpose of the IOPWE newsletter is to aid in publicizing the goals of our organization, highlighting the accomplishments of women engineers of Pakistani origin, publishing new ideas originating from work done by Pakistani engineers, presenting new advances in the field, and maintaining an on-going discussion of issues relevant to women in science and engineering.

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View the latest newsletter: Newsletter March 2006 (pdf).

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The newsletter contains:

  • About IOPWE
  • Profile - IOPWE President -Hina Naqvi (2005 – Present)
  • News from Karachi Chapter
  • Changing Lanes: The Hard Way
  • Why?
  • International Conference: South Asian Women’s Health
  • “I hate feminists” – A Canadian Tragedy
  • Notes from an Oilfield Diary
  • Inside a Fairy Tale City
  • On Ibtida
  • Professional Experiences of IOPWEians in Pakistan
  • The Cellular Industry & Views of its female workforce
  • Molecular Nanotechnology
  • Pak-Millenium Conference 2006

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