Women in Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering is committed to providing a positive working environment for women. By developing good employment practices, tackling unequal representation in research and teaching and improving career progression for female academics, the Faculty is contributing to the national goal of advancing women in sectors traditionally dominated by men. We are aiming to reach 30% female representation by 2030.

Bristol graduate Emma England is named Best in Britain at the Semta Skills Awards.

Engineering needs to draw on a much wider diversity of viewpoint and talent in order to change enough to develop truly sustainable solutions to today's challenges.

Professor Sally Heslop, Bristol Futures Academic Workstream Lead

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