Sarah Stead

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  • A great start to the new academic year!

    We started the new academic year with our annual pub quiz with free pizza!! This event is a chance for engineering students to get to know each other and the committee in a relaxed environment. The different rounds of the...

  • Vanuatu School Build Project

    This summer, thanks to support from the BP Women in Engineering funding, I travelled across the world to Pentecost Island, Vanuatu, in the South Pacific, in order to build a classroom and library space in Ranwas village, as the previous...

  • STEM Competition and network event

    The WESBath networking event started with some keen speakers reflecting on their careers and how they have come into their roles. The speakers spoke about how a mentor has been essential to their success, having someone push you to achieve more...

  • WESBath Networking event - What You Haven’t Heard About My Journey

    "Fantastic event, really felt the energy in the room and great to see it so well supported." – Jules Handy, Atkins To celebrate International Women’s Day, we wanted to share an update on the networking event we held earlier in...

  • Making Rockets in Somerset

    During the last week of February 2019 WESBath and Bath University Rocket Team (BRT) worked together to bring an outreach project to Haywood Village Academy School in Frome.   Eight of us, 3 from WESBath and 5 from BRT, presented an...

  • Our visit to 29th St Alphege Brownies in Bath

    On Thursday the 14th February, I joined 6 WESBath members in volunteering to share our love for engineering with the 29th St Alphege Brownies in Bath. We chose the steady hand activity where, in groups of 5, the brownies built...

  • Interactive sessions, networking events and technical talks

    Three members of WESBath were given an opportunity to attend the 10th Annual WES Student Conference held on 23rd - 24th November at the University of Warwick. The topic of the conference (Building Sustainable Cities and Communities) was particularly relevant...