University of Sheffield celebrates its brilliant women engineers

University of Sheffield celebrates its brilliant women engineers

 June 25, 2019

International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is an international awareness campaign to promote the work of women in engineering and highlight the exciting career opportunities available to girls in this pioneering STEM industry.

For INWED, the University of Sheffield hosted a fantastic photography exhibition to celebrate the day.

Sheffield university photography exhibition

Celebrating women in engineering

INWED also provided an important opportunity for the University of Sheffield to celebrate and showcase some of their amazing academics and students.

Find out how these impressive women engineers (and engineers to be) are #TransformingTheFuture through their careers, research and studies at the University of Sheffield.

Helen teaches next generation to be brilliant engineers

Kathryn supports students into STEM education


Eleni inspires creativity and innovation in next generation


Danielle researches resource consumption


Candice helps advance 3D printing processes


Emma develops cheaper biopharmaceuticals manufacturing methods


Laura researches UK housing crisis solutions


Chloe supports young people through apprenticeships


Opusaziba makes a positive impact in wastewater industry


Ling helps create a more efficient world


Dawn programs virtual biological cells


Join impressive women at the University of Sheffield

Do you want to be part of a university which is changing lives through amazing research?

There are many exciting opportunities for strong candidates across a host of academic and support roles at The University of Sheffield. 

Search and apply for exciting and challenging roles today.


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