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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)
The Women’s Tech Hub~Bristol are hosting a careers fair in March, aimed at increasing diversity in the tech industry in the South West. Running on 15th and 16th March 2019, it’s free to all and all are welcome (but please be (More)
Following a very successful online presentation for the Leaders Award in January by Rachel Kirkwood, graduate engineer at Peter Brett Associates and participant in our Women Like Me programme, she was invited back to deliver another! Rachel's (More)
As our Royal Academy of Engineering funded project, Women Like Me, draws to a close for this year, we are hosting a celebration event at UWE Bristol: Wednesday 3rd April 2019 12-2 pm Bristol and Bath Science Park, main cafe entrance (NB thi (More)
Along with three tunnel boring machines named after inspirational women, new drilling kit which will be used at the new Hinkley C power station is to be named after Sarah Guppy - engineer, pioneer and subject of Show of Strength's recent stage show. (More)
Construction News' campaign, "Inspire Me" promotes the role of women as leaders in the construction industry. See below and the Workshops and Events page for information about the campaign and the next workshop, to be held in Bristol: " to promot (More)
Our team of engineers, including our Women Like Me engineer Katy, are busy building one of the winning designs from last year's Leaders Award. Designed by Philippa Griffiths of Hugh Sexey CE Middle School in Somerset, the Red Line Braking System (RL (More)
A team of engineers from UWE Bristol is bringing to life one of the winning designs from last year's Leaders Awards. Designed by Philippa Griffiths of Hugh Sexey CE Middle School in Somerset, the Red Line Braking System (RLBS) displays red lights to (More)
The Women's Tech Hub~Bristol are hosting a careers fair in March, aimed at increasing diversity in the tech industry in the South West. Running on 15th and 16th March 2019, it's free to all and all are welcome (but please be aware that it is a recru (More)