On 23 June, to coincide with National Women in Engineering Day, the Top 50 Women in Engineering will be announced in the daily Telegraph, and the list will be launched and celebrated at a breakfast networking event at IET, Savoy Place, London. Backed by The Telegraph, the Women's Engineering Society and sponsored by Scottish Power, Mars Petcare, Jaguar Land Rover, SEMTA, IET and BAE Systems, the aim of this initiative has been to boost female uptake of engineering roles and careers by celebrating the notable achievements made by women in the sector.
This event will also launch National Women in Engineering Day, sponsored in 2016 by Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), Cummins, Elsevier Engineering Village, FM Global, IET, Institute of Acoustics, Institute of Refrigeration, NSIRC, Prospects College of Advanced Technology, Royal Academy of Engineering, Sheffield Hallam University, University of Surrey, Wiley and Yorkshire Water.
There will be a Women's Engineering Society update event following this at 10.30am, also at Savoy Place in the Turing Lecture Theatre: The Women's Engineering Society: Towards Our Centenary. If you would also like to attend this event, please register for a free ticket here.