Women in Engineering at the University of Western Ontario is a student group working to empower and encourage current and prospective female students in the field of engineering. We provide support and opportunities to increase women in engineering enrolment and retention.
I'd like to thank everyone who
applied for WIE Exec 2013-2014 , and also to everyone who
came out to vote today.
Click HERE for the exec application form. Hard copies will be outside the UES on the bulletin Board. Forms are due Thursday, March 21, 2013. Voting will take place on Monday, March 25th, 2013 at 5:30PM in Room 3013.
Available positions are:
Note: For a full job description, please go to the Exective tab on the right.
To qualify as a WIE Board member, one must attend general meetings and be actively involved during the previous academic year.
To qualify as a WIE president, one must be either a Board member in the previous academic year or attend meetings as a class representative.
IEEE Women In Engineering London Hydro Tour Event
End of Year Potluck
Lyna Shaw Memorial Distinguished Lecture Series
This years WISE Conference held by The University of Toronto
is on March 16 & 17, 2013. This is an ideal event for young
leaders looking to gain a professional insight in the fields
of science, engineering, business, and technology.
We invite you to register, claim a seat today and join us at the WISE National Conference 2013.
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/575789279114026/?fref=ts
And for more information or register follow this link: http://wiseconference1.eventbrite.ca/
Montreal Memorial Service
WIE hosted a very special and short memorial service to remember the 14 victims from L'Ecole Polynenique and also Lynda Shaw on December 6th. Wreath laying occured at 1115.
WIE Kick Off Brunch!
This year's WIE kick off brunch was on November 4th, 2012 at the London Delta Armouries Hotel. It was a great
The National Conference on Women In Engineering (NCWIE) was a great success this year. Our delegates learned a lot about not being afraid to push their limits and leaving their comfort zones. University of Ottawa held the conference in 2010, and McMaster held it in 2011.
Thank you to all of you ladies who came out to our WIE Speed Networking event! I hope you all had a great time talking to the professionals. It seemed to nothing but beneficial to all. Special thanks to all the professionals who came out!
Things are happening...
Check out our events page for all of the up-to-date details about volunteering and more.
Get involved with WIE!
Please email Julianna our president, at email@example.com for more information.