Elenor Naraidoo is a 3rd year MEng Civil Engineering student and the winner of the Women in Property’s 2020 South West Student Award. In this blog, Elenor shares her journey from the nomination stages of these awards to eventually being announced as a regional winner.
Our BSc Architecture student and poster competition winner Rebekah Ball talks about her two years of placements with an architecture studio in Manchester, the projects she worked on, how working from home affected her and the differences between her two placements.
During our studies in the MSc Environmental Design course we worked on a design project to build a sustainable Passive House standard school. Read about it and watch the video which shows our initial design and explains our sustainable design strategies.
One of the great opportunities the MSc Engineering Business Management and MSc Innovation & Technology Management offer are the Practice Track projects. Helene updates us on her group's Practice Track project and tells us what they found challenging as a group working remotely in their first 6 weeks.
Translucent paper. Remnants of history. Backtracking one’s journey. In this 14th issue of PaperspACE we follow trails through the city, highlighting often forgotten signposts. We explore the marks left behind by those before us and their continued influence in the present.
Author: Georgina Beardsmore - The Competition The Efficiency for Access Design Challenge (in partnership with Engineers without Borders) is a global competition that works towards accelerating clean energy access. University teams from across three continents came together to enhance the efficiency...