An important part of Job Hunting, this issue’s theme, is being able to stand out from the crowd. Dr Treena Livingston Arinzeh is a great example of this, her research in biomedical engineering makes her a well-known name in the field.
On the 13th of August, Stemettes spoke to two STEMazing women at the Manufacturing Technology Centre, Emma Sherriff and Maretva Baricot. They spoke to us about what it is like to be an engineer.
There are so many women in engineering who could have been included in this list, but here are some you might not have heard of before…
On the morning of the 7th of August, Stemettes spoke to a STEMazing role model- Krystina Pearson-Rampearee where she explains what being an engineer entails.
Sometimes the most important skills for a job are soft skills. Here Charlotte, an Associate Engineer, tells us more about the soft skills needed for her role.
Stemettes were lucky enough to catch up with Dr Nike Folayan to talk careers in engineering…
Dr Ellen Ochoa is an engineer and former astronaut.
Ever get confused between Computer Science and Software Engineering? You’re not alone. This will clear it up for you.
These 7 women engineered buildings and we had no idea they were behind them!