- Friday 23rd June 2017 08:00 - 23:55
- Event Type
- Open Day
- STEM Sector
International Women in Engineering Day focuses attention on the amazing careers in engineering and technical roles for girls, and allows us to celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers.
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Check out the list below to see what are our Members are doing for International Women's Day 2017
Event Type: Conference
Address: IET Birmingham, Austin Court, UK
The #9PercentIsNotEnough Conference and Workshops will provide a platform to disseminate their best practice through 9 practical workshops, panel discussions and case studies. There will also be plenty of networking time during the day and into the evening drinks reception.
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Women in Engineering Day
Address: University Of Wolverhampton, Priorslee, TF2 9NN
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day we have joined forces with Dare To Be Different and Mercedes Grand Prix to help encourage, inspire and motivate young females into engineering.
Innovators network improving diversity inclusion in the engineering start/ scale up ecosystem
Event Type: Discussion Panel
Address: Royal Academy of Engineering, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5DG
On international women in engineering day, the focus of discussion will be how we can improve Diversity and Inclusion in the engineering / technology start up ecosystem. The panel will include individuals from leading Venture Capitalists, Business Angels, entrepreneurial support programmes, and successful entrepreneurs. For more info visit here
Women in Engineering Social & Outreach Event
Event Type: High Tea event
Address: St John's College, Saint Giles, Main Hall, Oxford, OX1 3JP
An afternoon of Engineering workshops for Year 9 female students from Oxfordshire, followed by a high tea at St. John's College with all female engineers so the students can meet "People like Them". For more info visit here
Women in Computer Science
Event Type: Public Debate
Address: Imperial College London, London, SW7 2RH
A public debate on International Women in engineering Day, hosted by the Department of Computing, Imperial College London. Where are we in a future where artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics will shape work, life and society? Professor Maja Pantic, Professor of Affective Computing at Imperial, welcomes leading women scientists and visionaries, including Saadia Zahidi, Head of Education, Gender and Work at the World Economic Forum. For more info visit here
Women in Engineering
Event Type: Networking
Address: The Boardroom, Second floor, St James' Building, 79 Oxford street, Manchester M1 6E Women in Engineering Networking Event. The event will include three thought-provoking presentations and a Q+A session. Presenters include Suzy Firkin (WISE) -People Like Me? Changing how we talk to girls and Claire-Marie Boggiano (Lurig Business Change & People Development) - An Engineer’s Career Jigsaw. For more info visit here
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