We’ve asked womxn in STEM to write a letter to their younger self to see what advice they would give. Today’s letter comes from Cristina Has, a Product Manager at Frontiers Media SA. Dear Cristina, There are many things you […]
Sometimes it can be hard to know whether to prioritise experience or education when it comes to finding a new job, here is Marie’s advice on what she has found most useful.
A huge part of self-belief, the theme of this issue, is believing that you can achieve your goals. Well, that is exactly what Sadia Maqsood, Electrical Engineer, did. Read more about Sadia,
On the 8th of April, as part of our Easter Explore Programme, we spoke to Dr Rasha Gadelrab about her career and what inspires her to be a doctorpreneur.
Over the last 18 months, we have all struggled feeling as happy and secure in ourselves. So how do we build back the confidence we have lost?
Goal setting is ubiquitous these days. It seems everyone is trying to get fitter, richer or smarter. Society is always pushing us to think about the next milestone. But what is goal setting and how should you go about it?
As part of our Associates programme, we heard from the Mathematics graduate Dionne, who explained how we can get the most out of our networking experiences.
Naoko Yamazaki is an engineer, former Japanese astronaut at JAXA, and the second Japanese woman to fly in space.
On the 9th of April, as part of our Easter Explore programme, we spoke to Lily Choi, a Mathematician from WeWork, who tells us about why it is good to be a mathematician.