Alumni

Help define an improved STEM future for females in Wales

Education for STEM

Join fellow alumni, some of whom are facilitating workshops, at this important event in September.

This event will celebrate the inauguration of the Wales Women in STEM network, and will look to the future for women in STEM in Wales. 


The Wales Women in STEM: Inaugural Symposium will address the barriers restricting women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. It will bring together those who can implement change in the sector and those who work to create a positive environment in which women and girls are celebrated and supported throughout their careers.


A range of speakers will participate in the event, including Jane Hutt, Deputy Minister and Chief Whip and Dr Tara Shine, an environmental scientist


A range of workshops will also take place in the afternoon, addressing the following questions: 

•What can be done in the future? 

•How can we support women returning to STEM? 

•How can we engage girls in STEM from a young age? 

•How can men act as allies for women in the workplace?


The event will also mark the launch of the Women in STEM mentoring platform, which will allow participants to share their experiences of working in STEM and support the next generation of women in the development of their own careers. 

The event will take place simultaneously at National Museum Cardiff and the National Slate Museum, Llanberis. 


As an alumnus/a - whether you're interested in progressing this agenda for personal gain, are a teacher or an academic who is keen to support getting more females into STEM disciplines or a recruiter from industry wishing to play your part in encouraging the pipeline from school leaver to work-ready professional - this event welcomes you.


Register online for this free of charge event.


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