Women's Engineering Society

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Hertfordshire
SG1 2AY
United Kingdom

Phone: 01438 211403

Web: http://www.wes.org.uk/


Women's Engineering Society articles

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Announcing the Top 50 Women in Engineering (WE50) 2018

Announcing the Top 50 Women in Engineering (WE50) 2018
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) celebrated 2018’s Top 50 Women in Engineering (WE50) in partnership with The Telegraph at a high-profile event at Royal Academy for Engineering on 26th June. The WE50 winners this year represent the top 50 female Returners and Transferrers in engineering and allied sectors.
28th June 2018

Top 50 women in engineering are raising the bar for INWED

Top 50 women in engineering are raising the bar for INWED
The list of the Top 50 Women in Engineering 2018 (WE50) will be published this Sunday (24th June 2018) as part of the weekend of celebrations for International Women in Engineering Day (INWED). This year’s theme highlights the achievements of women who have been Returners and Transferrers into the field.
21st June 2018

International Women in Engineering Day 2018!

International Women in Engineering Day 2018!
  The Women's Engineering Society (WES) is launching International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) for 2018, with this year’s theme being ‘Raising the Bar’, which is an invite to show the world what positive changes women can make.
7th February 2018


Ensuring the talent pool is full

Ensuring the talent pool is full
Designed to help the thousands of STEM candidates who want to return to engineering after a career break, the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) has launched the new ‘STEM Returners Programme’. The STEM Returners will help people who fear that their skills are out of date, to return to their former careers, as well as re-train STEM candidates from other industries.  
20th November 2017

WES and Lottie show any girl can be an engineer

WES and Lottie show any girl can be an engineer
Over 25 members of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Young Members’ Board (YMB) will be bringing a Lottie Doll to work next week, as part a ‘Lottie Tour’ organised for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week taking place 6th-10th of November. During the week they will be posting photos on Twitter and Instagram of Lottie doing everyday engineering work.
3rd November 2017

WES gives Karen Burt award to best new female Chartered Engineer

WES gives Karen Burt award to best new female Chartered Engineer
The winner of the Karen Burt Award 2017 has been announced by the Women's Engineering Society as the candidate nominated by the Institution of Chemical Engineers, Madeleine Jones of Sellafield. This prestigious annual award for a newly chartered woman engineer, now in its 19th year, recognises the candidate's excellence and potential in the practice of engineering, highlights the importance of Chartered status, as well as offering recognition to contributions made by the candidate to the promotion of the engineering profession.
6th October 2017

Calling all females for International Women in Engineering Day 2017

Calling all females for International Women in Engineering Day 2017
This is the fourth year that NWED is going international. Save the date in your diaries, 23rd June is the date that International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is taking place this year, and the campaign has been launched.
24th February 2017


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