33% TOWARDS A MORE DIVERSE ENGINEERING
Contribute towards a more equal engineering cohort – one that is representative of New Zealand society. Diverse workforces are important not just for ethical and moral reasons – they are closely linked to industry success and innovation.
The Faculty of Engineering has set an ambitious goal to increase our number of women studying engineering to 33%, and to achieve this, we are looking forward to your input, contributions, and support. We’ll be leading outreach initiatives in the community, and partnering with our generous sponsors to engage further than before with future engineers and leaders in the STEM industry. Join us now to make a positive impact. Find out more:
- Women in Engineering at the University of Auckland
- Our original 33% goal
- Our Dean of Engineering, Professor Nic Smith’s op-ed on Newsroom
- Our Software Engineering lecturers, on why the industry needs more women
For more information, contact our Project Manager, Ashleigh Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS