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The first Women in Business in the UK launched on 26th March in Bristol, with UWE Bristol a founding member alongside Burges Salmon, Bristol Airport, Bristol City Council, OVO, Bishop Fleming, Moon Consulting and Pelican Business Services. . Th (More)
There's still time to sign up for two FREE events, hosted by UWE at the Bristol and Bath Science Park tomorrow (please note the change of venue; these events were originally scheduled to be held at UWE): Women Like Me – Boosting mentoring for w (More)
Back in November, Show of Strength's production about Sarah Guppy - engineer, inventor, campaigner, designer, reformer, writer, environmentalist and business woman - opened to great reviews. These included comments such as: “You won’t lo (More)
ESRI have recently published a new working paper, "It's not just for boys! Understanding gender differences in STEM". The report, authored by Judith Delaney and Paul Devereux, relates to the STEM education landscape in Ireland. The synopsis reads: (More)
A Mighty Girl have collated a set of free downloadable posters of women role models in STEM, created by the podcast Nevertheless, which celebrates women transforming teaching and learning through technology. Featuring Cynthia Breazeal, Rosalind (More)
Featured researcher: Professor Sue Durbin A new online mentoring platform could help professional women working in the aerospace and aviation industry progress their careers by connecting them with female mentors in the sector. Launched on 8th Ma (More)
On Thursday 7th March 2019, Bristol 24/7 published an article on "Nine of Bristol's brilliant women in STEM". We are absolutely delighted, and very proud, that three of those women - a third of the total - are from UWE Bristol's Department of Engine (More)
Laura Gemmell, a student on the joint UWE Bristol and University of Bristol doctoral programme FARSCOPE, has written a blog post all about being a woman in STEM, in celebration of International Women's Day. "Now we can all agree we need women, h (More)
On Wednesday 3rd April 2019, alongside our Women Like Me celebration, UWE Bristol will be linking up with the Women's Engineering Society (WES) and Heritage Open Days to host a Wikithon celebrating women in engineering, and the WES Centenary year. (More)
On Friday 8th March 2019, UWE Bristol project BAME Girls in Engineering celebrated International Women's Day with a visit to Rolls Royce. The project team, led by Dr Udonna Okeke, took BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity) girls from Ci (More)