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New online PPD course in 'Communicating Assertively'
The Department of Engineering is proud to announce that it has won an Athena SWAN Bronze Award
New report led by Atkins 'Britain's got talented female engineers - download it here
BBC News - Why Engineering Should be a Woman's Game
Black researchers shaping the future
Dr Alexander Komashie explores coming to Cambridge, inspiration and motivation in as part of the UK's Black History Month.
Bosch IoT competition for young, women engineers
Bosch campaign challenges young, women engineers to imagine how the IoT will improve lives
Research Staff and Postdocs - register with the careers service!
Nominations for the Inspirational Women Engineers Competition
Women in the Construction Industry 2016 (Randstad report)
CU African-Caribbean Society: Featured on the BBC News
The Social Value of Flood Alleviation
Women in Engineering Forum - 'Early career development for Research Staff' 5 June 1-2pm
Closing the Gender Gap
IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Dr Jenni Sidey
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has announced that Dr Jenni Sidey, University Lecturer in Internal Combustion Engines, has received the ...
L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship Programme
The L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Fellowships Programme for 2016 is now open for applications.
Novel Thoughts: Karen Yu on George Lucas’ Star Wars
Ann Dowling at the Women in Engineering Forum
Ann Dowling's Appearance at the Women in Engineering Forum on 26 November 2013
Addressing bias on National Women in Engineering Day
Women in Engineering at Open Day
The Engineering Department's 'Women in Engineering' initiative will have a stand at the upcoming Open Day's.
'Meet the Engineer' outreach opportunity needs Cambridge staff & students to lead sessions
Royal Society launches 'Parent, Carer, Scientist' campaign
Women, research and universities: Pursuing excellence in research without loss of talent
Returning Carers Scheme
Applications for Returning Carers Scheme - Deadline 13 February 2015
Set to Lead Project (UCL Engineering) reports available here
Soapbox Science
Soapbox Science: call for dynamic and enthusiastic female scientists to step away from the lab and onto a soapbox
Artificial whiskers could inspire future instruments to aid keyhole surgery
The University's WiSETI Bulletin Autumn 2013 is available to download here
The bulletin provides an update of University-wide initiatives to support gender equality and an Athena SWAN update
Women in Engineering Forum: Why do young successful women leave Engineering?
Why is it so hard to be a female researcher in engineering? Summary notes from the last Women in Engineering Forum.
International Women's Day 2013