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Nondorf: Designing a fresh trail for women

Oshkosh Corp. engineer encourages girls in STEM fields

8:09 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
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Jill Nondorf finds success in failure.

The Dodgeville native has worked as a principal engineer at Oshkosh Corp. for the past six years, going "CSI" on broken and failed truck parts to assess what went wrong and to help suppliers ensure it doesn't happen again.

The job might not be new or unusual for major manufacturers like Oshkosh Corp., but Nondorf has nonetheless blazed a trail as the first woman to join the department. And she's working hard to encourage other women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These fields are often referred to collectively as ...

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