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Female engineers lead the way at Warwick University

July 2019      Female engineers lead the way at Warwick University Almost one hundred girls aged 13 – 14, from schools across the UK, benefited from a unique hands-on learning experience at the University of Warwick on the Girls into Engineering residential course.  Proudly sponsored by the ERA Foundation, GE, Leonardo, The RAF Charitable Trust… Read more »

Khadijah Ismail – BAE Apprentice, and Arkwright Scholar

Shared from BBC News – Judith Burns, Education reporter As a little girl Khadijah Ismail would spend hours watching aeroplanes through the window of the attic bedroom she shared with her sister near Manchester Airport. She even wrote the airport a letter “on fancy paper and everything”, giving her address and asking them to send… Read more »

Femmes Fortes

So, we’ve had International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11th February), Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (21st February) and next month sees us celebrating International Women’s Day on the 8th March. For this reason, I feel it only fitting (not that I need an excuse), to acknowledge some of the amazing women… Read more »

Celebrating Women on International Women in Engineering Day 2018

Following on from International Women in Engineering Day (23rd June), it feels only right to talk about some of the great things we do to support women in engineering, and some of the fabulous females we get to work with. We all know that we need more females in STEM and we’re here to try… Read more »