Join us at STEMinism – UC’s Women in Engineering and Technology evening!
This free event is aimed at female students in Year 11-13 who are interested in finding out more about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) study and career options. Parents and teachers are also welcome.
STEMinism will highlight how a career in STEM can help you make a difference in the world. Engineering and technology impact society in so many ways – improving the lives of those in need and innovating how we do things in our day-to-day lives.
You’ll hear from a range of inspiring female speakers working in STEM industries or currently studying at UC. Plus, submit a question in your registration form for our panel discussion, featuring academics, students and professionals.
There will also be the opportunity to find out about degree options, including:
- Bachelor of Engineering with Honours
- Bachelor of Product Design
- Bachelor of Science (majoring in Computer Science, Maths, Statistics, Data Science or Financial Engineering)
- Bachelor of Forestry Science
Free mocktails, nibbles and goody bags will be provided.
Tuesday 14 May 2019
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Engineering Core (entrance off Creyke Road), University of Canterbury (see map)
To find out more or to register:
Free parking is available on campus after 5.00pm. The closest on campus parking to the Engineering Core is Erskine car park (accessible from Science Road, via Ilam Road). On-street parking is available on surrounding streets.
STEMinism is co-hosted by UC’s College of Engineering, and UC’s Women in Engineering and Women in Technology student clubs.