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Inclusivity in Engineering
Who we are
The Inclusivity in Engineering is a new group that aims to bring together undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and staff to celebrate our diversity. We aim to support each other through informal mentoring and networking to promote professional development and to champion positive change within the School of Engineering by promoting equity, inclusion and diversity.
Meet our staff and students
Find out more about some of our Inclusivity in Engineering members and what motivates or inspires them to work in engineering. We would love to welcome you at one of our twice termly meetings and encourage everyone to bring forward areas of discussion and ideas for positive change.
To see a complete list of our Women in Engineering profiles, please visit our Profiles webpage.
Suneela Sadar, Senior Research Associate
‘I always wanted to be an engineer because I like to investigate everything and cracking its technique. I find engineering very impactful so it is amazing to have a career in it.’
Elish Chambers, Chemical Engineering
‘Engineering combines my love of problem-solving and communicating, allowing me to drive positive changes for society and our planet.’
Dr Rosa Letizia, Senior Lecturer
‘Electronics has underpinned the progress of humanity in the modern age. A degree in Electronic Engineering opens the door to countless, extremely rewarding careers.’