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Role Models

Positive female role models are important if we are to transform some of the preconceptions that the public, young girls, their teachers and parents have about who becomes a scientist, technologist, engineer or mathematician.

Could this be you? Become a role model with WISE and it will give you the opportunity to not only raise your own profile but also inspire more women and girls into STEM careers. Become a WISE member now to have access to these opportunities and make a real difference in the world of STEM.

Dr Gemma Sweeney, University of Huddersfield

Dr Gemma Sweeney: University of Huddersfield

6 June 2016

"Taking a career break doesn’t mean the end of your scientific career- far from it!"

Mauryn Chika Nweke

Chika Nweke: Biochemical Engineer at UCL

3 June 2016

"I have always loved discovering the best ways to impart knowledge to students"

Joanne Haskins running a workshop with a group of girls

Joanne Haskins: “Everyone can be inspirational”

17 May 2016

Most people would not realise that as little as 9 months ago I was too scared to give assemblies.

Orla Murphy, audio engineer at Jaguar Land Rover

Orla Murphy: audio engineer at Jaguar Land Rover

24 March 2016

I have always loved science and problem solving.

Vicki Jeffery

Vicki Jeffery: An internship with WISE

14 January 2016

The absolute highlight of my time working with WISE was the WISE Awards and Conference 2015

Julia Attias - PhD researcher – Space Physiology

Julia Attias: I always want to achieve what seems to be the unachievable.

13 January 2016

A day in the life of a PhD Researcher in Space Physiology

Stephanie Newman, Rolls-Royce PLC

Stephanie Newman - WISE Young Women's Board 2015/16

Airframe Integration Manager, Rolls-Royce PLC

Emma Thomas, WISE Young Women's Board

Emma Thomas - WISE Young Women's Board 2015/16

Analyst at Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA)

Kathryn Grant

Kathryn Grant - WISE Young Women's Board 2015/16

Process Manager at British Sugar

Jess Wade

Jess Wade - WISE Young Women's Board 2015/16

Final year PhD student in the Department of Physics and Centre for Plastic Electronics at Imperial College London.

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