Join over 100 middle managers and future leaders for an interactive programme that will equip attendees with practical techniques to navigate workplace challenges, become more confident and, ultimately, unlock their full potential.
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This free one day collaborative project will look back at the role of women in engineering and technical disciplines during the First World War and beyond.
This wikithon is designed to make the histories of women engineers in the First World War more visible by putting them on Wikipedia. If you have been researching this subject and have material that you want to put online, this is an ideal forum to do so in a supportive environment.
Tackling and Understanding Teaming in Engineering; Addressing the Low Representation of Women in Engineering Education, London
Despite nearly 50 years of effort since the first 'year of women in engineering' in the UK, sex segregation and chilly climates remain persistent problems of the workplace. Using diaries from students at four engineering programs in the USA, findings show that young women experience gender stereotyping and sex segregation through class projects, internships, and summer jobs.
The IET Engineering the Future Festival is a day of celebration and innovation, exploring the technologies of the future whilst providing insights into how the world is predicted to change over the next 50 years.
Hear from some of the most forward-thinking names in engineering on the global challenges we face and how we can overcome them through science, technology and innovation.
Part of Totally Thames 2016 : Take Me To The River Festival.
The little known history of Waterloo Bridge (aka The Ladies Bridge) will be celebrated with live performances, film and large scale photographic projections by Karen Livesey and Concrete History on the National Theatre's fly tower of trail-blazing female construction workers who re-built the bridge during World War II.
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New Scientist Live is a festival of ideas and discovery, taking place at ExCeL London. Rooted in the biggest, best and most provocative science, New Scientist Live will touch on all areas of human life. The show will feature four immersive zones covering Brain & Body, Technology, Earth and Cosmos. From 22-25 September, New Scientist Live will be like no other place on earth.
A collaborative cross-sector event to connect and inspire women working in the built environment.
Supporting Mentoring for Women in the Energy Sector
Sponsored by Alex Chisholm, Permanent Secretary
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
Church House, Westminster, London SW1P 3NZ