Engineering Role Models: What makes a successful engineer?

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Conference
28 November 2018 18:15 - 22:00
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Description

Join us as the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London to hear from women at different stages in their career on the topic “What makes a successful engineer?”

 As part of our Engineering Role Models programme we have invited engineers from a variety of backgrounds to share their experiences and thoughts on the topic.


Registration will start at 18:15 with talks starting at 18:45. Following the talks there will be time for networking and refreshments will be provided.

Details of the speakers to be released soon.

Places are limited so please book your free ticket at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-makes-a-successful-engineer-tickets-52044808423

Please note that this is a strictly over 18’s only event (ID may be required).

This event is  a joint-institution effort, organised by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers GLR Young Members Panel, Institution of Civil Engineers, Institution of Chemical Engineers, Institution of Structural Engineers, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and Chartered Institution of Water & Environmental Management.

EVENT FLYER

 Follow the She Can Engineer GLR Committee on twitter @engineer_she and on their Instagram page @shecanengineer.

We would like to thank our sponsors: AECOM, ANSYS, UTC Aerospace, IMechE, The Fire Surgery, Tideway, WSP, Whitby Wood, Johnson Matthey, MACE, ICE, Ferrovial, Foster+Partners, Cundall, Wood and IChemE.

Speaker(s)

To be confirmed soon.

Address

*Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
1 Birdcage Walk
Westminster
London
SW1H 9JJ
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Roshni Wijesekera
United Kingdom
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Alternative contact Tching-Yee Yip
United Kingdom
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