Sarah Stead

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  • WESBath visit 18th Bath Brownies

    April is a busy month, but on Monday, 16 April we took a break to visit the 18th Bath Brownies in All Saints Centre. Four engineers went along;  Anna Scott, Molly Mcmaster, Amy Wynn and myself. This brownies group was...

  • Eat with Engineers - research and networking

    WESBath held a successful evening on 13 April 2018 - a mixture of research, networking and pizza - always a good combination. Five members of WESBath gave a 3MT style talk about their research and after that there was chance...

  • WESBath at Saltford Primary School - by Lily (a Year 6 pupil)

    Recently, the Women's Engineering Society (WESBath) came into my school for our STEM week.  They worked with two year six classes, as I am in year 6 I got to meet them. They were polite and happy, but most importantly...

  • Bath Taps into Science 2018

    WESBath has had a regular presence in Bath Taps into Science since its inception and this year was no different. There was no dearth of participation and enthusiasm both from the schools and our volunteers even with the lurking threat...

  • WDCA (Women Can Do Anything) - WESBath's visit to Weston Village Guides

    One evening in early December five WESBath members visited the Weston Village Guides to tell them all about engineering. We chatted to a group of about 25 guides and then gave them all the task of building towers, capable of...

  • WES Conference 2017 - a post-grad experience

    As a second year PhD student, I have found the event most useful while listening the career paths of number of women engineers who have decided to move into industry rather than staying in academics after their higher educations. As...

  • WES Conference 2017 - Amy Donohoe

    I really enjoyed my time at the conference - spending time with similar minded women all at the same point in their career and hearing about all their different backgrounds and reasons for studying engineering was really inspiring. The WES...