Wednesday 23rd June 2021 is the 8th global annual celebration of International Women in Engineering Day, an international campaign of visibility on social media, that aims to shine a light on our diverse engineering role models, and encourage more people to consider engineering as a profession for all.
This year, women students and staff from EEE have been sharing their journey into engineering and their proudest achievements, along with some words of advice to girls and young women who are thinking about a career in STEM.
Eleftheria Safarika has just finished her first year as an undergraduate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Next year she will be taking on the role of student well-being representative in the department.
Outside of engineering, Eleftheria has a passion for arts and music, and is looking forward to playing the cello in orchestras again soon. She also enjoys latin dance as great way to relax and express herself. (more…)