Go ENG Girl at Western University
What is Go ENG Girl?
Go ENG Girl is an exciting opportunity for Grade 7-10 girls to learn about the wonderful world of engineering: "A Caring Profession."
Participants are able to learn from female professionals, academics and students as well as enjoy fun, hands-on activities, informative parents' sessions
2018 Go ENG Girl
Western Engineering will once again host two Go ENG Girl events on October 13 (London) and October 20 (Sarnia). Currently confirmed for London is this year's keynotes: Elaine Samuel and Olivia Gillis from Eng Girl Problems. Check back for more updates throughout the summer.
London Event - Agenda
|Olivia studied chemical engineering at Western and graduated in 2016. She works as a process engineer in the food industry solving problems like how to melt chocolate the best or figuring out how to mass produce new ice cream
||Elaine graduated from Civil and Environmental Engineering at Western in 2013 and finished her Masters in Environmental Engineering in 2016. She works in civil engineering consulting in the GTA in water and wastewater planning and environmental protection.|
Olivia and Elaine started EngGirlProblems to share what they are learning as young professionals in engineering. They have connected with female engineers from around the world who have fascinating engineering jobs and stories to tell through social media. Elaine and Olivia are excited to share some of these stories at Go Eng Girl.
Sarnia Event - Agenda
Dr. Katherine Albion is the Executive Director of the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park. Dr. Albion attracts and supports the creation of new businesses in emerging technology sectors, resulting in new opportunities for research, commercialization
Katherine is a graduate of Western University, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemical and Environmental Engineering and a
2017 Go ENG Girl Highlights
Go ENG Girl in Sarnia - Inaugural Event
Western Engineering hosted their first satellite Go ENG Girl in Sarnia in 2017 to great success. The Sarnia Observer covered the day and we cannot wait to bring the event back in 2018.
Photos from Go ENG Girl 2017
Photos from Go ENG Girl London 2017
Photos from Go ENG Girl Sarnia 2017