Members of the NMITE team and Pioneer Cohort talking about their experiences of biases in the engineering industry and how we can #Breakthebias for International Women's Day.
Breaking the bias in the engineering industry - International Women's Day
This year, International Women’s Day is all about the promotion of gender equality throughout our world, the celebration of women, and breaking stereotypes
It's World Humanitarian Day and NMITE educator, Neil Rogers, has given an insight into his own humanitarian endeavours, how volunteering can provide a sense of worth and well-being to all who partake, and how humanitarianism and engineering must work in sync with one another to address some of the world's most challenging problems.
As an engineer, I find Ada’s flying horse captivating and inspiring. At their best, engineers rely on imagination, empathy, creativity, vision and readiness for change - capabilities that come from an understanding of what it is to be human rather than an overly narrow devotion to maths and science.