For the third consecutive year, InterEngineering and the Royal Academy of Engineering are inviting you to celebrate #LGBTSTEMday.
The last six months have been extremely challenging for the engineering community. This event will look at how our profession has responded to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as recognise the contribution of LGBTQ+ engineers in addressing these challenges. We will be joined by speakers from the Royal Academy of Engineering and Rolls-Royce who will share their experiences of working through and responding to the crisis. We will also consider the impact of the pandemic on diversity and inclusion as well as shifts in working practices.
This event will be a panel discussion with a Q&A session at the end. We welcome all attendees to submit questions during the event or in advance by emailing Diversity Team
This event forms part of our celebration of LGBT STEM day. Talk with us and our allies to celebrate international day of LGBTQ+ people in STEM on social media – don’t forget to tag the Academy and InterEngineering using #LGBTSTEMday.
For more information about #LGBTSTEMday, visit LGBT STEM Day
This event is free of charge to attend but registration is required.
After registering your place, you will receive an email that contains login details to join the online event.
If you have any questions, please contact Sophie McCallum, Events Coordinator.
Please be aware that the first part of this webinar will be recorded for future use by the Royal Academy of Engineering. However the Q&A will not be recorded.
It is very important to the Royal Academy of Engineering that our events are accessible to all. If you have any special accessibility requirements, please contact the Events team at your earliest convenience so that necessary arrangements can be make. Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diversity monitoring form
The Academy is committed to building an inclusive economy that works for everyone. To help us achieve this, we would like to collect some basic anonymous data about event attendees. If you would like to help, please complete the diversity monitoring form here.