1st January 2019 - 31st December 2019

WES Centenary

In 2019 WES will be 100 years old: we will be celebrating the present, remembering the past and changing the future. To find out more, go to the WES Centenary page

1st May 2019 - 8th September 2019

Exhibition: The Sacred Year 1919: women and the professions

The Sacred Year 1919 marks the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act. This act enabled women to enter most professions and professional bodies for the first time. WES and Caroline Haslett feature in the displays. LSE Library, London
10th September 2019 - 12th September 2019

Fundamentals of IEC 61850 2019

Fundamentals of IEC 61850 2019 is a training programme providing electrical engineering professionals new to IEC 61850 with a thorough and up-to-date understanding of the standard. The programme consists of 12 modules, providing a combination of speaker-led presentations, group Q&A sessions and practical exercises.

15th September 2019

Creative Writing at Armley Mills by Electrifying Women project

A creative writing workshop led by Hannah Stone exploring the hidden history of women in engineering FREE

This creative writing workshop at the historic Armley Mills in Leeds offers participants the chance to engage with the stories of the extraordinary women who have been involved in engineering since the Victorian era.

17th September 2019

Electrifying Women archives workshop

A workshop looking at primary sources from the Leeds Special Collections relating to the history of women in engineering. FREE Part of the Electrifying Women project and Heritage Open Days
21st September 2019

Electrifying Women - A WES Wikithon

Join the Women’s Engineering Society, University of Leeds and Heritage Open Days at the The Women’s Library, London School of Economics to edit and add information about historical women engineers to Wikipedia. Training and historical resources will be provided.
21st September 2019

Tilly & the Spitfires - a play

Winchester’s professional theatre company, 2TimeTheatre presents ‘Tilly and the Spitfires’, an original drama by local playwright, Rachel O’Neill. FREE
26th September 2019

Engineering Health & Wellbeing Evening

Maidstone, Kent

The evening will include a presentation which will be given by Dr Anne Nortcliffe SFHEA MInstMC, Founding Head of School of Engineering, Technology and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University and a member of the Women’s Engineering Society.

There will also be a selection of wellbeing activities provided by Lisa-Kay’s Beauty Box, therapeutic treatments given by qualified therapists.

Cost of the event is £15.00 per ticket. This includes 1 x 20-minute treatment, refreshments and an inspirational talk.

11th October 2019 - 12th October 2019

INWES (Europe) Scottish Conference

Brought to you in association with Equate Scotland in celebration of WES’ centenary, this two day event will take place at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, and features speakers looking at STEM women in the past as well as current practice and the impact future technologies will have.  For further information, please contact INWES.

19th October 2019

One Hundredth WES AGM

The One Hundredth Annual General Meeting of the Women's Engineering Society will be held at the Copthorne Hotel, Paradise Circus, Paradise Place, Birmingham B3 3HJ on Saturday 19 October 2019 at 14:00 hrs.

Only paid up Members can attend.  Please inform Cath Heslop at if you are planning to attend.

View the Preliminary Notice here

30th October 2019

Caroline Haslett Lecture and Awards Ceremony

The event will take place the evening of Wednesday 30 October in central London.

This year we are honoured to have Dr Anne Stevens take the lecture; one of the most prestigious and highest-ranking female engineers in the world.