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Carving Our Journeys: BME Women in STEMM

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Why Women in Science, Engineering, Technology, Maths and Medicine (STEMM)? Why diversity in STEMM ?

Gender and diversity balance in STEMM provides transformation through – A different perspective – Fresh ideas – New paths to problem solving.

Panel members will bring to you their career path, their dreams and share their blueprint. Celebrate the University of Cambridge’s phenomenal BME women creating change in their fields.

Panel :

Dr Sohini Kar-Narayan, Dept of Material Science and Metallurgy 

Heba Hamad, Dept of Engineering 

Carol Nkechi Ibe, Dept of Plant Sciences 

Professor Kay-Tee Khaw, Dept of Public Health and Primary Care 

Chair: Caroline S. Asante, Former BBC broadcaster, Founder & Director of Sustainability & Engagement, Cambridge Eco Living Festival 

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CamAWiSE and Equality and Diversity, University of Cambridge, bring you: “Carving Our Journeys: BME Women in STEMM ”

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