STEMinism – UC’s Women in Engineering and Technology seminar!
This 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 highlights 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.
STEMinism will be live streamed and recorded for those unable to physically attend. You can watch STEMinism 2020 here.
Tuesday 18th May 2021
6.30pm – 8.30pm
E8, Engineering Core Lecture Theatre, University of Canterbury
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.