Our Skills, Our Future
14 May | IET, Savoy Place, London
Our mission is to help achieve gender balance in STEM in the UK. With the target of 1 million women in STEM in 2020 within reach, we are looking beyond this to show how women are critical to addressing the future skills needs in the UK.
Stimulate, Debate and Elevate
Great Minds Don’t Think Alike! The Power of Women and Innovation
The WISE 2018 Annual Conference hosted individuals and supporting companies from across the UK. The theme of the conference this year was ‘Innovation’...
HRH The Princess Royal backs campaign to get more girls into science and engineering
On Monday, 13 March, leaders from business, academia and the Welsh Government, joined forces at The Senedd - National Assembly for Wales, to tackle head on the lack of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) in Wales, in the presence of HRH The Princess Royal and Julie James, Minister for Skills and Science.
Gender parity in science, technology and engineering, from classroom to boardroom
The WISE conference has gone from strength to strength, attracting a diverse audience of those wanting to move the dial on gender balance in STEM, from classroom to boardroom. 40% of the 375 people who joined us on the day were in managerial roles and about a third were men, from a range of businesses, educational institutions, professional bodies and not for profit organisations.
Powering Progress with Policy
40 years (to the day) after the passage of the Sex Discrimination Act, the main Conference proceedings kicked off with the panellists discussing how public policy can accelerate the progress of diversity in the STEM workforce...