Past events

16th March 2011

Step Aside Superwoman

Training event from Women in Technology
Venue: Women in Technology offices, London.  How to combine family and career successfully  More info 

8th March 2011

International Women's Day

International Women's Day is now 100 years old - slightly older but not far off WES!  WES Member Jackie Paling is involved with the biggest "Women on the Bridge" event in London on 8th March.  More details

2nd February 2011

Crossing Bridges

Venue: IET Savoy Place, London.  Time: 6.00 p.m.

An inspiring collaborative event for creative and technical women who want to make a difference in 2011.

Enjoy the highs and lows of Sue Stockdale's expedition team crossing the Greenland Ice Cap, where she learned about collaboration, teamwork and how you can understand and influence others by getting to know yourself. The perfect start to 2011.

This is a joint event with womenintechnology.co.uk and Women in Architecture

2nd February 2011

The S.T.E.M. Factor

Venue: The University of Northampton. Time: 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Hosted by WES member Kate Bellingham National STEM Careers Co-ordinator.  Make plans for the future generation of women to "go out there and take their place" in STEM.  RSVP tricia.goodchild@northampton.ac.uk

22nd January 2011

WES Council Meeting

Venue: Arup, 8 Fitzroy Street, London
Please let WES office know if you wish to attend as an observer

13th January 2011

This is a Man's World?

Woman's Eye image for Arup January 2011 event

In 2010, the Arup graduate intake was 37% female, with women starting their careers in roles across the range of professional services.

8th December 2010

IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award

Venue: IET Savoy Place, London

Guest speaker Liz Bonnin co-presenter of  Bang Goes the Theory for BBC1.
Time: 6.00 pm. arrival.  7.00 pm Award Ceremony.  8.00 pm. Drinks Reception.  To book your free ticket please email Jim Lucas on jlucas@theiet.org

22nd November 2010

European Science TV & New Media Awards Evening

Venue: IET Savoy Place, London.  Time: 7.00 p.m.

A rare opportunity for scientists and engineers to join up with writers, dramatists and those from the world of broadcasting and new media.