Women in engineering

International Women in Engineering Day 2021: striving for equality

With this year’s theme, #EngineeringHeroes, we celebrate the achievements of female engineers

Volvo CE fights gender imbalance in engineering through workshops for young girls

Via a partnership with a Swedish university, Volvo CE is running workshops for girls aged ten and over to get them interested in engineering

Dearth of female STEM students fuels skills gap

More female role models in the STEM industry are needed to plug the gender and skills gap at work

Has the way that the STEM industries treat women changed?

The STEM industries are dominated by men. Here Pooja Malpani, Head of Engineering for Bloomberg Media, shares how she shunned the stereotypes.

Why we must acknowledge the advantages of apprenticeships

Instead of providing clarity, results day 2020 left pupils feeling more undecided than ever. Could apprenticeships be the answer?

International Women in Engineering Day: taking a step in the right direction

Even though the tech industry has evolved greatly, only one in five jobs are held by women in the wider engineering sector as a whole.

How one company celebrates Women in Engineering Day 2020

As we celebrate Women In Engineering Day, we spoke to the female engineers at Amcor who are committed to making a difference.

A white man in a hard hat? Not on This is Engineering Day

Over 100 major consumer brands and leading businesses join forces to change the face of engineering on This is Engineering Day.

Advanced creates new C-suite role to accelerate business growth

Amanda Grant appointed in newly created position of Chief Product Officer, becoming third female to join the Advance board.

UK’s influential women in engineering named as research shows diversity deficit

Inclusive Boards releases research showing women make up only 13% of Board and executive positions within the engineering sector.