Meet Villanova Engineering Alumnae!
Throughout the month of March, the College of Engineering shares interviews with its female alumnae, who represent a range of graduating classes, careers and experiences. This is just a sampling of the hundreds of amazing women who have come through our program!
Recognized as one of the top schools for women in engineering:
- Villanova Engineering’s undergraduate female enrollment is 28 percent versus the national average of 20 percent.
- Women are 30 percent of Villanova’s graduate student (master’s degree) population, versus the national average of 25 percent.
- For percentage of female tenured/tenure-track faculty, Villanova Engineering ranks #27 in the nation at 28 percent versus the national average of 19 percent.
We are proud to introduce you to these exceptional graduates:
Nance Dicciani, PhD, ’69 ChE
Catherine Honohan ’11 CE, ’15 MBA
Michelle Mondello DeCarlo ’07 ME
Christine Gadino Slocumb ’90 EE, ’92 MSEE
Girolama (Gina) Bueti ’10 ME
Marie Maguire '69 EE
Joie Marhefka, PhD, ’00 ChE
Paula Endicott ’06 ME, PE