CHAIN London 2020 is a free event for early-career engineers taking place in London on the 28 February 2020. First started in 2016, CHAIN is a joint initiative organised by the young member representatives of several professional engineering institutions, aiming to provide links between disciplines across the engineering industry and build a community for early-career engineers.
Join us to celebrate the history of women in STEM – and make a difference!
WES, Imperial College, Wellcome Collection and the IET are joining forces to host a Women in STEM Wikithon. Join us to celebrate the women in science, technology and engineering that deserve a more prominent place in the online historical record. You’ll develop your digital skills and learn how to edit Wikipedia in order to harness the power of the web to share your knowledge.
Soroptimist International of Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead, Thames Valley, and High Wycombe and District Clubs
14:00 - 17.30 Maidenhead Town Hall, Maidenhead
Theme: Helping Us Achieve Our Potential
Hosted by Lube magazine and UKLA (United Kingdom Lubricants Association), the first ever ‘Women in the Lubricants Industry’ conference celebrates women and their role in a sector traditionally dominated by men.
How do we predict the weather? How is a motorway built? How can we help people who have been injured?
For one day only, seven teams of engineers from across the country will answer these questions and many more as they showcase their family-friendly interactive engineering exhibits for the WES 100 Violets Challenge.
This event is part of the Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) series of lectures, talks and panels organised jointly by the Lit & Phil, the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Women’s Engineering Society, Palace of Science, the Institute of Physics, and the Institution of Civil Engineers. The aim of these events is to celebrate the amazing work done by women in their area of STEM.
Women in STEM Careers 2020, a new event from jobs.ac.uk, offers a full and exciting programme for women who are interested in exploring research opportunities within publicly funded organisations and charities.
Designed for final year undergraduate and postgraduate STEM students looking to kick-start their career or professionals simply wishing to progress from their current STEM position, the day will provide something for everyone. Along with unique networking opportunities with employers and peers, there will also be presentations from sector experts and a CV workshop.
The Happold Foundation partnering with the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) presents ‘The Future of Engineering and the Built Environment.’ We will jointly provide an evening of insight and inspiration in conversation with Yewande Akinola MBE, Dawn Bonfield MBE, Dr Ellie Cosgrave and Dr Priti Parikh.
The University of Warwick warmly invites you to the 18th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES18).