Talk: Engineering a Place in History – celebrating one hundred years of the Women's Engineering Society
Men as Allies – Approaching Equality Together, Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering (CamAWiSE)
Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, Clifford Allbutt Lecture Theatre, Biomedical Campus, 5:00 – 7:00pm
Over 200 automotive leaders come together for the Women Automotive Summit in Stuttgart, June 13th.
Women Automotive Summit is an event about women in the automotive industry; but not just for women. Listen to leading industry experts share their success stories; learn from their expertise; gain advice and insight of how you can improve yourself, network with your peers and discuss with other male and female attendees what needs to be done for future success.
Travel demand management (TDM) tools and techniques have progressed over the last few decades to include new policies, technologies, vehicle and fuel types. Other soft measures have also been introduced such as raising awareness and education policies. The aim of TDM is to improve the efficiency of the transportation system and promote further use of more efficient and smarter modes of transportation. The Public transportation system and ITS are at the heart of that aim.
Perrygrove Railway, Wales
A 'hands on' weekend designed for women of the railways, workshops, road and steam to come along, teach and promote women in what are seen as male dominated industries.
Activities and demonstrations will include: Railway engine firing and driving; blacksmithing; classic car mechanics; road engine handling; tractor driving and much more!
Held on the very day that WES was officially created in 1919, this lunch for WES members and their partners to mark WES’ centenary will be held at Ognisko, the Polish Club in Kensington, London.
6.30-9pm, Cutlers' Hall, Sheffield
Coinciding with the celebration of 100 years of the Women’s Engineering Society this event presents a showcase of speeches by female engineers reflecting their experiences and career paths.
Guest speakers include*: Dr Kirsty Clode, Chair of WiME
Dr Carolyn Griffiths CEng FIMechE FREng
Pam Liversidge OBE DL FREng
This conference will explore not only the significance of the 1919 Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act in Britain, but also the ‘professional woman’ in all periods, nations and forms.
Taking place at the LSE, the event also features a presentation on the WES Centenary Trail on 6 September.