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WiSET work experience
The WiSET team are working with a number of Sheffield Schools to offer work experience placements in June/ July 2014
Added on 16/04/2014

Part Time Project Management Vacancies at Women's Engineering Society
Two part time project management jobs are available at the Women's Engineering Society, based in Stevenage.
Added on 10/04/2014

National Women in Engineering Day
What will you be doing on Monday 23 June 2014?!
Added on 08/04/2014

BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium
General registration is now open.
Added on 03/04/2014

WiSET plays vital role in award winning RAF project
RAF wins Opportunity Now's 'Inspiring the Workforce of the Future' Award
Added on 03/04/2014

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Athena SWAN at Sheffield Hallam University

Gender equality at Sheffield Hallam University has been recognised again with two more Athena SWAN awards, given for the commitment to good practice in recruitment, retention and progression of women in STEM subjects.

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Athene Donald Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS

Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS is an eminent physicist, notable for her distinguished scholarship and outstanding contributions to the status of women in science.

 As Professor of Experimental Physics at... [read more]

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Athena Swan Awards
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