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Paula Sturdevant Rees

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Water Resources Research Center

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Employment History

Director, MA Water Resources Research Center and Diversity Programs Office (Engineering)

University of Massachusetts


Editors -, Hydrology Section Web Site

American Geophysical Union


Affiliations

Narragansett Bay Estuary Program

Committee Member


Groundwater Services Inc

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Education

Ph.D.


engineering doctorate


Web References(19 Total References)


nbep.org

Paula Rees, Professor and Director
Water Resources Research Center


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Paula L.S. Rees (Hydrology Section Web Site)
Director, Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center Blaisdell House


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Paula L. Sturdevant Rees, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst


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"Our main goal was to attract the girls to engineering by making sure they had a lot of fun learning about it," said Paula Rees, director of the Diversity Programs Office at UMass Amherst's College of Engineering.
"The focus of the day was to learn the basics of soldering and programming while making a really cool project to take home, to keep or to give away as a gift," said Rees. "The purpose is to inspire girls about engineering at an early age," said Rees.


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Paula Rees, director of the Diversity Programs Office at the College of Engineering, helped organize the event.
"Our goal is to draw a different population into engineering as a career and show them some of the really cool things you can do to help society," she said. "A lot of young women know what a doctor does to help society, or how a lawyer can become an advocate for social justice, but when you talk about engineering girls hit a wall." Not only did the Girl Scouts get a sense of the kinds of things engineers do, they got to meet older versions of themselves about to enter the field. "We want to show them that there are these young women who are beautiful and personable and outgoing just like them that are going to be engineers," said Rees.


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