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WES Centenary Conference - Celebrating the Past, Transforming the Future

Come along to the Women's Engineering Society centenary conference to boost Continued Professional Development and celebrate 100 years as a leading registered membership organisation supporting women in engineering.
When Mar 15, 2019
from 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM
Where RAF Museum, London
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The WES will be reflecting on their rich heritage, sharing the stories of some amazing pioneers. WES will take stock of their current position as the society showcases some of the best talent this industry has to offer. Join the debate about how we can face the challenges for the next 100 years and be part of the solution to transform the future.
Confirmed Speakers include:
  • Mandy Hickson, Ex-fighter pilot, RAF and motivational speaker
  • Rachel Higham, Managing Director of IT , British Telecom
  • Air Vice-Marshall Sue Gray, Air Officer Commanding No 38 Group, Royal Air Force
  • Emma Howard-Boyd, Chair, Environment Agency & Steering Committee Member, 30% Club
Call out for WES Centenary Conference Posters
 
As part of the Centenary Conference WES are looking for Early Career Engineers to present their work on the theme of Transforming the Future to a multidisciplinary audience. There will be two WES Centenary Conference Poster Prizes awarded at the event, one decided by a panel of judges and the other for the audience favourite.
Presenters should be WES members and Early Career professionals (of any age). 
Please note: This poster session is open to all genders. Applications will close at midnight on Thursday 31 January 2019. To submit your abstract for consideration
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Full programme and booking will open in early December

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