On campus reports from student events and highlights the exciting things IET student members are up to, such as publishing their own technical newspaper or travelling around the world to do charitable work.
Zoe George, currently studying a doctorate in formulation engineering at the University of Birmingham, writes about her experiences at the Women’s Engineering Society’s 2013 conference, entitled Harnessing the Energy.
People from all walks of life came together at the TEDx Albertopolis event this September to discuss how technology and art can intertwine, inspiring us all to see things in a different way.
The newly formed engineering society aims to provide students with the opportunities to network, volunteer, contribute to projects and make the most out of their time at university reports vice president Josh Robertson.
James Deighton talks about his experiences on the cultural exchange and socially responsible leadership programme South Africa Challenge, which he undertook as an engineering undergrad at Loughborough University.
IAESTE provides paid STEM internships abroad while offering individual support to students as well as a social programme. Here Marc Sloan talks about the benefits of volunteering for this organisation.
Year in industry students and apprentices at ElringKlinger (GB) helped Year 8 pupils to design their own rollercoaster at an event run by the company and education charity Young Enterprise.