This event forms part of our celebrations for Women’s History Month, and will explore the historical and future role of women in shaping our cities.
This March 24th, the DETI Inspire team at UWE Bristol’s School of Engineering will be hosting a live event to celebrate Women’s History Month – Empowering Women in Engineering.
Joining us for the event as keynote speaker is Chartered Civil Engineer and Bridgemaster at Clifton Suspension Bridge, Trish Johnson.
During her talk, Trish will be sharing experiences of her career journey, including her current role supporting the conservation of Clifton Suspension Bridge – an engineering marvel, and iconic historical landmark in our city of Bristol.
There will be a Q&A plus Networking and Nibbles – an opportunity to meet and chat to other local women engineers and STEM professionals from the West of England.
Time and Location
Thursday 24th March, 5pm-6.30pm at UWE Bristol School of Engineering, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS16 1QY
5pm-5.30pm Networking and Nibbles
5.30pm-6.30pm Keynote from Trish Johnson, followed by Q&A
How to book
To register for this event, please complete the following online form: Empowering Women in Engineering Event Registration
This event will be preceded by a training day for participants in the Women Like Me mentoring and outreach project. If you have any questions about the event or Women Like Me, please get in touch with the team at engineeringourfuture@UWE.ac.uk