To celebrate National Women in Engineering Day on 23 June, British Gas held a panel event featuring prominent female engineers. Joanne Adeluola, 1st year chemistry student and President of WISE, reviews the event.
It's been a busy year for WISE as they work to provide as many events and opportunities as possible to members, form networks and to help inspire the next generation of female scientists and engineers.
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Society are the newest group to join the EPS Community. They provide as many opportunities as possible to members and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.
As an active supporter of our scholarships, David Seccombe plays helps enable students achieve their full potential. When he decided to embark on a charity trek, student Kian Mistry stepped in to return the favour.
Earlier this year EPS students were awarded prestigious scholarships from BP STEM and Caterpillar UK. These scholarships are awarded to high performing students, and offers them the opportunity to showcase their talent.
So if you've already had a placement or work experience in industry you might not have gained an awful lot from the previous articles in this series. But if you haven't already read them check them out.
Discover how collaboration between EPS and institutions in Brazil has led to investigating the surface properties of stainless steel and the development of new quantum sensors for inertial sensing and underground mapping
Third instalment of a series of articles giving advice on all placements. If you're still unsure whether a placement in industry is for you or if you've begun your search, this article hopes to enlighten you further.
Student Emily Doyle shares interview advice based on her experience of the recruitment process for a year in industry.
This is the second instalment of articles geared towards giving advice on all topics surrounding placements. If now you're convinced that a placement will be beneficial for you, read on to find out how to get one.
The Beale Lecture Series is a programme introduced this year by the School of Civil Engineering aimed at giving students an insight into life in the working world and what you might be doing once you leave university.
Footballers, athletes and supporters from the School of Mathematics and the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences attended the World Academic Sports Challenge in Paris on Saturday 1st June.