On the evening of Thursday 27th June, Professional Engineering Institutions South Yorkshire member network is hosting an event to coincide with the celebration of 100 years of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) at Cutlers Hall, Sheffield.
The event will be hosted by Samantha Hubbard BEng (Hons) IEng MIET - Systems Engineer, Urenco Group.
Key speakers will include: Dr Kirsty Clode - Chair of WiME, Dr Carolyn Griffiths CEng FIMechE - Immediate Past IMechE President, Pam Liversidge OBE DL FREng - Past IMechE President and Past Master Cutler. Note: the list of key speakers is subject to change.
The event will include a showcase of speeches by highly respected and successful female engineers who will reflect on their experiences and career paths, followed by a networking event where attendees can meet shining examples of the region’s female engineers from a variety of levels, experiences and industries, and celebrate their achievements. A bar, refreshments and light snacks will be available.
Penny Marshall, Regional Director of ICE Yorkshire and Humber, which is a member of the Professional Engineering Institutions South Yorkshire said: “As well as celebrating 100 years of WES, this event will provide a great forum to network and engage with engineers from across the region.”
The event takes place on June 27th 2019,6:30pm to 9:00pm at Cutlers’ Hall, Church Street, Sheffield, S1 1HG. This is a joint event with the IET, ICE, IChemE, IStructE, SMEA and the RAeS.
Tickets need to be booked in advance at: https://nearyou.imeche.org/eventdetail?id=15505
ICE is a global membership organisation that promotes and advances civil engineering around the world. Members help to create the structures and systems that sustain society. They are responsible for designing, building, maintaining and improving bridges, roads, canals, docks, office buildings, hospitals, schools, airports, power stations, railways, flood defences and water-treatment facilities.
"As well as celebrating 100 years of WES, this event will provide a great forum to network and engage with engineers from across the region."
Penny Marshall, Regional Director of ICE Yorkshire
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