7th March 2019
Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee; 2:00 – 3:30pm
We honour many of the women who battled to get careers in engineering in the early 20th century for the pioneering role they had in opening doors into a male-dominated workplace. This talk will focus on the technical achievements of wome British women engineers and reveal how they were not ‘merely’ pioneers as females but also as excellent engineers.
2019 is the centenary of the foundation of the Women’s Engineering Society and this talk is part of the society’s centenary celebrations.
A FREE event but booking essential as spaces are limited. To book please go here.
This is a WES2019 talk for the Dundee Women's Festival