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IET Women in STEM talks at UTC Reading

UTC Reading is working with the IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology), Kendrick School, Leighton Park School and Reading Girls’ School to organise a series of talks on Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).

Talks are delivered by women in a range of careers and from a variety of backgrounds, aiming to inspire young people to see the wealth of opportunities available to them in STEM.

We are hosting one talk per month and will update this page with the schedule throughout the year. Please sign up if you wish to attend.

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If you work in the computing or engineering sectors and would like to get involved, please contact amy.sutcliffe@utcreading.org.uk

Tuesday 23 January 2018, 4.30pm: Amanda Walker and Katie Munday from DP Architects – Hosted by Kendrick School, 41 London Road, Reading, RG1 5BN.

This talk will be given by Amanda Walker and Katie Munday (alumni of UTC Reading!) from DP Architects, a highly experienced team of architects and technologists based in Watlington in Oxfordshire. Amanda Walker is a fully qualified Royal Institute of British Architects, Charter Member with over 18 years’ experience in sectors including; leisure, housing and health care. She has worked for DP Architects for over 7 years. Katie Munday is a former student of UTC Reading and is currently completing an apprenticeship at DP Architects. They shall be talking about their experiences in the architecture branch and answer any questions from budding architects. Do sign up below if you would like to join so that we have an idea of numbers.


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  • Microsoft
  • Cisco
  • University of Reading
  • Network Rail
  • Peter Brett