Dr Camilla Thomson, the School’s Chancellor’s Fellow in Energy, and alumna Clare Lavelle, who is Head of Energy Consultancy at Arup, have been named in the Top 50 Women in Engineering in the UK by the Women’s Engineering Society (WES).
School alumna Olivia Sweeney (MEng Chemical Engineering, 2017) has been named among the 'Top 100 Most Influential Women in Engineering' in the UK and Europe by Inclusive Boards in association with the Financial Times. Olivia's listing recognises her work towards a more sustainable cosmetics industry in her role as Ethical Buyer for Aroma Chemicals at Lush, alongside her work inspiring the younger generation about the possibilities of careers in engineering.
Sarah Graham studied her Bachelors and PhD in the School, and currently works as Transmission Infrastructure Package Manager with EDP Renewables. We interviewed Sarah to mark International Women in Engineering Day 2019.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, we interviewed staff, students and alumnae from our female engineering community. The following is a Q&A with Louise Edward (MEng Civil Engineering, 1999) who currently works as a Bridge Engineer with Arup.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, we interviewed staff, students and alumnae from our female engineering community. The following is a Q&A with Jennifer Davidson (Chemical Engineering, 1999) who currently works as a Senior Operations Engineer with Spirit Energy.
Whitney Jimngang and Katherine Larabi, both first year chemical engineering students in the School, are part of a student team that were recently shortlisted for the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Global Grand Challenges Summit Competition 2019 (GGCS 2019).