Impressive female engineers at The University of Sheffield

 December 07, 2017

With a passion for maths and physics subjects at school, Professor Rachel Horn from the University of Sheffield was encouraged by her teachers to attend a women in science and engineering course early on and from then on was hooked by the exciting opportunities the indusry could offer.

As the University of Sheffield's Professor of Engineering Education and the Faculty of Engineering Director of Learning and Teaching - Professor Rachel Horn loves that her chosen profession of engineering involves problem solving and the opportunity to make a difference to the world.

Upon graduation, Rachel had the opportunity to work on the construction of Disneyland Paris, initially as an interpreter and then as a site engineer. This project then led her to work for 10 year with Atkins and then to an exciting stint on a Mayan archaological site with Raleigh International in Belize.

Hear about the fasinating projects she leads on in her current role at prime employer for women, University of Sheffield and learn about the exciting career paths for those pursuing a career in engineering.

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