Imperial College Women in Physics and Stemettes invite you to a celebration of women in STEM. The event will be hosted by Head Stemette, Anne-Marie Imafidon.
Routes to STEM is a panel discussion with a difference!
It’s exclusively for 14-18 year old young women, where we’ll discuss all the different ways people begin their scientific careers. We’re hoping to explore apprenticeships, A-level choices, university degrees, work experience. You’ll be able to ask the panel questions, and network between each other and the experts!
2 – 5pm, Saturday, 5 December 2015
In the Clore Lecture Theatre at Imperial's South Kensington Campus. Huxley Building, 180 Queen's Gate, London SW7 2RH.
Our Impressive panel will include:
- Lucinda Sandom-Allum - Imperial College Union President
- Sophie Deen - Bright Little Labs
- Androula Alekou - Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Oxford University
- Emma-Ashley Liles - Software Developer, CASInclude
- Floriane Fidegnon - Outbox Incubator Executive, Lead Author of 'Outbox: The Book'
- Olivia Smith - Office 365 & Yammer Customer Success Manager for UK and Central & Eastern Europe.
- Sarah Chapman - CEO Iwana Energy
- 'Mystery Man'
- 'Secret Stemette'
Hosted and supported by:
IC Women in Physics
We’re a group of enthusiastic young researchers who are passionate about physics and excited about a future in science. We know that for the best science to happen we need to access the talent of the whole of the workforce. We’re committed to increasing the amount of women in the physics department at every stage of their careers: from undergraduate to professor. To do that, we organise events that celebrate women’s achievements and talk about issues we might face. We’re keen to establish a community amongst all the brilliant women of Blackett, and have a team of dedicated WiP Champions who can provide specific advice, support and tuition.
About the Stemettes - We're running a series of panel events, hackathons and exhibitions this year for girls from 9 years old right up to female university students. We'd like to show them amazing women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics careers.
Twitter - http://twitter.com/stemettes
Facebook - http://facebook.com/stemettes
Website - http://stemettes.org
When & Where
We're showing that Girls do Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) too via a series of panel events, hackathons and exhibitions.