School of Engineering News
School of Engineering Achieves Silver Athena SWAN Award
Warwick School of Engineering achieves the Athena SWAN Silver Award representing commitment to gender balance.
WiE scholar, Emma Osbiston, won a summer placement at the Diamond Light Source synchrotron at Harwell
Emma, who is an undergraduate electronic engineering student, completed a project entitled R03: A Raspberry Pi Tomography Beamline Controlled Through Twitter during the three-month placement. The project allows 3D models to be created in a very unusual way and can be controlled by Twitter. Details of the project are featured in the March 2019 edition of The MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine.
Read more on The MagPi website
The Warwick Women’s Engineering Society (WWES) is having its official launch on Friday 8th March
Our Warwick Women’s Engineering Society (WWES) is having its official launch on Friday 8th March in A401, 1700-1830
This date is International Women’s Day, so it’s a great way for us to mark this in the School of Engineering!
Come along to our official launch event!
Celebrating our affiliation with the SU, we will be joined by WES representatives for an evening of networking and an introduction to who we are and what we aim to achieve!
Food and drink will be provided throughout the evening!