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Ms Zoe Clarke | My CSO WISE Fellowship Journey

18 May 2018

In May 2016, I was at home on maternity leave after having my third child. I was doing some work on International Women’s Day to keep in touch and my line manager forwarded me an advert for the CSO WISE Fellowship. I was interested straight away.

Elaine Campbell | Working as a woman offshore

3 May 2018

When I tell people I'm an engineer, I often get a funny look and you can see the person's facial expression changing as they register I've said I'm an engineer, but I'm a woman.

Bethan Wilkinson: From Design and Technology to Civil Engineering

4 April 2018

Edinburgh University student Bethan Wilkinson won the 2018 Design and Technology Student Award, and we were lucky enough to catch up with her at the ceremony.

International Women's Day - WISE Young Women's Board blog

3 April 2018

To mark International Women’s Day, the WISE Young Women’s Board chose to bring insights to others on what it’s like to be a woman working in STEM

Back to work as a mum – How the Highways England returners scheme helped me

28 March 2018

Sarah Jackson-Proes, Project Sponsor at Highways England

WISE News | WISE CEO - Helen Wollaston | December 2017

6 December 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, we can celebrate a significant increase in the number of women working as professional engineers

My Voyage to the Wise One to Watch Award

5 December 2017

Amy Mercer talks about her STEM career so far and what it was like to win the 2017 WISE One to Watch Award

Artificial intelligence – the greatest opportunity for women?

18 October 2017

Sarah Burnett, Vice President at Everest Group, Computer Weekly top 30 influential women in IT, chair of BCS Women and founder of WISE members, BCSWomen AI Accelerator

Women in science are asking fewer questions than men | PLOS ONE research

18 October 2017

Authors Dr Amy Hinsley & Dr Alison Johnston from Oxford's Department of Zoology comment on the study

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