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Join us at our Women in STEM networking event

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An opportunity to network with women in STEM in Wales and learn about their strategies to increase confidence and resilience.


To continue the success of, and momentum gained at the Wales Women in STEM Network's Inaugural Symposium, join us for an evening of networking and discussion at 7pm on the 24th January at the Hilton in Cardiff. We will have a range of speakers, including USW alumna, Aimee Batemen - Founder of Careercake and expert in employment - who will all be talking about their strategies for increasing confidence and resilience for careers STEM.

The evening will also provide you with the opportunity to network with others working in STEM industry and education. The event is free, with a hot fork buffet and drinks available on arrival.

This event is in partnership with the University of South Wales Alumni Relations and Development Office.


Open to alumni and non-alumni, register to attend this free of charge event

Not sure if you should attend? If you're passionate about bringing together those who implement change within the sector, and those who work to create a positive environment where women and girls can thrive throughout their careers - you're most definitely welcome.



The Wales Women in STEM network was officially launched on 16th September 2019 at two digitally connected events across Wales. Participants came together at the National Slate Museum, Llanberis and the National Museum Cardiff to discuss how we can work together to increase the number of women and girls actively engaging in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.


The Wales Women in STEM initiative will work to provide further support, events and networking opportunities to facilitate female participation in STEM at all career stages, from school learners to industry professionals and research leaders. It also offers a digital collaborative network, which provides an online space for both women and men to connect, co-operate and support each other. It will also highlight the gender-related challenges that restrict people achieving professional ambitions in STEM. More

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