To mark International Women’s Day 2015, WOMEN’STEC and Queen’s Student’s Union co-hosted a ‘Women in STEM’ event on Monday 2nd March in Queen’s Student’s Union.  Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects and

careers remain male dominated and non-traditional areas for women and girls. 

The event chaired by Hannah Niblock, Student Union Vice President of Education, involved a panel discussion followed by a Q&A session.

Speakers at the event included:

Miryam- Arredondo Arechavala (QUB, School of Maths and Physics)

Catriona McCluskey (QUB, Mechanical Engineering Student

Lorna Hermin (Kainos)

Raquel Hosein (International Visitor – Award Winning STEM Student)