This Wednesday Women in Engineering Society presents a new interview and this time we have talked to one of our committee members - Aditi Reddy! Aditi is a second-year Electronics and Communications Engineering student at the University of Sheffield and she is also a Vice-President for two societies - Women in Engineering and EEE for… Continue reading WOMEN’S WEDNESDAY: meet committee member Aditi Reddy!
Women in Engineering Society continues Women's Wednesdays and this week we are presenting Heidi Nasir - final year student at the University of Sheffield who is studying MEng Mechanical Engineering with Biomechanics and also is involved in Sheffield Eco Motorsports (SEM) team for the annual Shell Eco Marathon competition. Heidi shared with us her story… Continue reading WOMEN’S WEDNESDAYS: Heidi Nasir
Women in Engineering Society presents Women's Wednesdays! On Wednesdays, you are going to hear inspiring stories from women who are involved into STEM and their experiences, struggles and successes. Our first interviewee is Evelyn Davis. She is a Mechanical Engineering student at the University in Sheffield. Evelyn has also been involved in Sheffield Formula… Continue reading WOMEN’S WEDNESDAYS: meet Evelyn Davis
Hello reader! I am Aditi Reddy, first-year Electronics and Communications Engineering student. When I decided that I will be studying in University of Sheffield I promised myself to make most out of it. I started my journey with a huge empty bag on my shoulders and looking for beautiful experiences to fill it with. Some… Continue reading Meet University of Sheffield student – ‘My journey with ‘Women in Engineering’ society’
June 2018 - Natasha Patel In November of 2017, the UK government declared 2018 the year of engineering. With £210,000 funding for seven projects in order to inspire interest in STEM disciplines it seemed a real commitment was being made . Halfway through said year, let’s take a look at the UK Space Agency funded… Continue reading Is it a ‘Year of Engineering’ for Women?