Women in Engineering and Geoscience Panel Discussion, 6-9pm, April 27, 2017 at VPL
DAWEG Round Table Discussion, May 3, 2017, 5:30 pm, Vancouver
Stantec Dunsmuir Office, 111 Dunsmuir, 11th Floor, downtown Vancouver.
Please call 604-764-1240 to be escorted up the elevator.
New Roundtable Discussion topics are raised by members in attendance and previous topics are followed up,
often with lively discussion and ideas for future projects.
Bring us your ideas and concerns. Refreshments are served!
The Roundtable Discussions are free of charge, but you need to register to attend.
No membership is required to attend but only members may vote or put forward motions.
Everyone is welcome & we would love to meet you!
We are not (all) Dilbert: Attracting Women to Engineering Panel Discussion and AGM, May 23, 5:30 pm, Victoria
Organized by the APEGBC Victoria Branch and DAWEG.
"Why the gender imbalance? Join the APEGBC Victoria Branch to discuss the driving forces behind the low number of women in the engineering profession
and explore misconceptions about engineering and the profession that drive potential students, not only women, from this field.
Victoria Branch AGM to follow panel discussion -support your professional organization and bring about meaningful change!"
Dinner is included. Counts for 2 Professional Development Hours.
View the Invitation
Register through APEGBC
BC Science Fairs, March and April 2017
Creating Connections 5.0, May 5-6, 2017
WWEST (Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology) will bring together people of all genders and backgrounds for
Creating Connections 5.0 on May 5 & 6, 2017.
The conference will include presentations and workshops surrounding issues of personal and professional development, networking and inspiration.
Creating Connections 5.0 aims to engage industry, the community and students in BC and the Yukon to increase the regional awareness and
participation of women and other under-represented groups in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
The Creating Connections conference series hopes to facilitate meaningful dialogue to create a space where everyone can explore and participate in
STEM to better our world.
Increasing gender diversity in STEM and creating an engaged community of individuals that respect each other will better prep STEM industries to
create sustainable solutions and developments that better humanity and our world. Previous Creating Connections conferences have resulted in
immediate, statistically significant positive changes for both participants' occupational self-efficacy and their awareness of the value of
gender diversity. See how Creating Connections 3.0 had a lasting impact.
CC 5.0 Registration will open in January, 2017.
Contact Creating Connections 5.0 for conference and registration updates.
Volunteers are needed
WinSETT Centre Leadership Program, beginning January 20, 2017
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