Girls in STEM Seminars announced for 2020
QEH is holding a further series of ‘Girls in STEM’ seminars designed to encourage girls into STEM based careers and to provide relevant information and advice.
The first of these is a medical focused seminar, featuring Dr Jacqui Clinch MRCP FRCPCH Consultant Paediatric Rheumatology, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Lead Consultant, Bath Centre for Pain Services, Specialised CRG, NHS England; Dr Hannah Richmond MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFFP General Practitioner, Willow Surgery, Special interest in Palliative Medicine and Medical Education; Miss Katherine Warren MBBCH FRCS Consultant Urological Surgeon, Southmead Hospital; and Dr Shazia Aslam BSc PhD Clinical Scientist, SiHMDs Molecular Haematology, Bristol Royal Infirmary
This is followed by an engineering seminar with speakers including Cathy Davis (Head of Investment Programmes, BAESystems) and Joy Hyde (MT30 Engine Manager, Rolls Royce).
Dr Julia Jönsson, Head of Year 12 and a member of the chemistry department, said, "As someone who is passionate about encouraging girls into science, I am delighted that we are able to offer these seminars to girls from Years 9 to 11, at a time when they will be making important subject choices for further study."
The seminars will take place on 4th and 11th February, from 5.00pm-6.30pm and will be held in the school's £3million Science and Art Building. Anyone interested in attending should contact Emily Down on 0117 930 3042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.