- Getting Girls into STEM Conference
17th April 2021
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Getting Girls into STEM Conference
Saturday 17th April 2021
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our first ever Getting Girls into STEM Conference! This free online event will inspire, inform and bring together girls across the globe who are passionate about STEM.
Suitable for girls who are considering STEM beyond secondary school, the day is packed with talks by speakers who will share their experiences of STEM at both university, university equivalent and career level. You’ll find out about the challenges they’ve faced and the highs and lows of their achievements thus far. The conference will explore the different pathways into STEM, including non-university routes. Each session will include Q&A opportunities, so if you’re particularly interested in a certain topic or career and have a burning question to ask, this is your chance to get it answered!
The conference will be hosted by the incredible Thandiwe Banda: TES award STEM finalist 2019, Think Global Educator of the Year Finalist 2018 and RSB Biology Teacher of the year Finalist 2015.
Structure of the Day
9.00am – 3.30pm GMT+1 (London)
The conference will take place on Zoom. The link to join will be sent to registrants the day before the start of the event. Please check your junk folder if you haven’t received it!
Want to advertise our conference to your students? Here’s an A4 poster!
- Honor Bouverie – Maths, Loughborough University
- Molly Wood – Biology, University of St Andrews
- Victoria Walls – Engineering Science, University of Oxford
- Lydia Fowler – Undergraduate Engineer, The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology
- Jennifer Milne – International GIS Analyst, Cushman and Wakefield
- Selen Morelle – Pre-registration Pharmacist, NHS
- Dr Jessica Wade – Imperial College Research Fellow, Department of Materials
This event is free! Register now to secure your space.
Registration closes at 6pm on Thursday 15th April. Zoom webinar links will be emailed to registered attendees using the address provided the day before the event.