Leading Policy Updates and Practical Insights
8+ HOURS OF CPD CONTENT
The Women in STEM Conference 2019 was electrifying. It is the most positive and proactive event I have ever attended and everyone left feeling energised and ready to take on the world.
Mechanical Engineer, ORE Catapult
Great speakers - a really inspirational day which left us keen to further develop the Women in STEM agenda in Northern Ireland.
Comms Manager Matrix, Matrix c/o SPD, Department for the Economy
This was a well-organised day, packed with challenging insights. When I first saw the programme, I couldn't believe so much could be crammed into such a short day without it becoming overwhelming. The speakers each brought something different and relevant to the day; and I was engaged throughout with never a dull moment. I made some great networking links which have led to me being in preliminary discussions with my regional STEM hub to organise a day to promote STEM careers to parents.
Senior Consultant, Mott MacDonald
Really enjoyed the event
Outreach Officer, University of Southampton
What to Expect from The Women in STEM Conference 2019
Q&A with Elizabeth Donnelly, CEO of The Women’s Engineering Society: 100 years of WES, INWED 2019 and the Top 50 Women in Engineering 2019
In Conversation with Dr Katie Perry: A Q&A with the CEO of The Daphne Jackson Trust
How to Run a Successful Science Club: Experiments, Investigations and Fun
Getting More Women into Tech Could Improve Women’s Representation Across STEM
Exploring the Benefits of STEM Education
#WomenLikeMe – Dr Kirsty Clode, Chair, Women into Manufacturing and Engineering