Student Women's Engineering Society (WESBath)

Women In Engineering Society (WES) - newly-found at the University of Bath

Latest posts

  • Reflections from Soapbox Science Bristol 2017

    Soapbox science is a unique platform for women scientists and postgraduate researchers to showcase and engage the public with their research. Organised at various cities in the UK and abroad, popular public places are converted to speaker arenas and each...

  • Coupled with my role as a STEM Ambassador, I was delighted to represent WSP, who I am working for as a placement undergraduate students,  and conduct demonstrations at The Big Bang Fair, held at the Trinity Centre in Bristol on...

  • Attending the WES Student Groups Meeting - 28 June 2017

    Being recently elected as the Co-Chairs of WESBath alongside with Leen Jabban, I was invited to attend the WES Student Groups Meeting held at UCL on 28th June, 2017. The day commenced with an introduction given by the Chief Executive...

  • International Women's Engineering Day 2017

    On Friday, 23 June 2017, WESBath celebrated INWED 2017 by hosting a group of female school students onto Campus to take part in a morning of engineering. We welcomed girls from Sheldon School in Chippenham and the IKB Academy in...

  • Who needs pancakes when you can go to Guides?

    While many of us were making pancakes on the 28th February, myself and 3 other undergraduate engineers visited the Bath Rush Hill Guides to tell them all about engineering and how exciting a career in the sector can be. We...

  • GE Aviation Workshop

    Dan, Leadership Program Management, Engineering Early Careers,  and Tracie, Engineering Apprenticeship Manager, from GE Aviation arrived on campus on Monday, 20 February to offer us a fantasic employment workshop around understanding what an employer looks for in a CV and cover...

  • Marble runs at Corsham School

    An early start in early January as four members of WES headed to our first outreach event of 2017, Corsham School STEM day. Jemma, Beth, Elizabeth and Emma left the Bath Campus equipped with all you need to build marble...

  • The GREEN Program- Iceland

    My time in Iceland on the Green Programme was truly eye opening, providing me with an increased technical understanding of different renewable energy systems and inspiration to work towards a greener future. The programme consisted of several different components; classroom...

  • My first STEM Outreach experience

    I was lucky enough to be invited to help at a STEM day at Blackfriars School in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Blackfriars is a school for children between 10 and 16 years old with wide range of special needs, including physical/mental disabilities, learning...

  • 2016 WES Conference

    With the support of funding from Roger and Sue Whorrod, WESBath sent 15 current engineering students from across the Engineering & Design faculty to the 2016 WES Student Conference held at Aston University at the end of November. The two...