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DIT celebrates successful women in Engineering with public lectures

Posted: 2 March, 2017

Four of Ireland’s leaders in Engineering (all women) will give a talk in DIT Bolton Street on International Women’s Day – Wednesday 8 March.

The Women in Engineering Committee at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

The speakers will discuss their career paths and the reasons they chose the rewarding and challenging career of engineering.

Speakers include:

Dr Sarah Ingle Chartered Engineer - Secretary General, Association of Consulting Engineers Ireland

Emma McKendrick Chartered Engineer – MD, PUNCH Consulting Engineers

Charlotte Murphy Chartered Engineer – CEO, Charlotte Murphy Consulting Engineers

Doireann Barry - Innovation Programme Manager, Eirgrid

This event will be an inspiring evening for young female engineering professionals and those considering engineering as a career. The public are invited to attend. 

The event is presented by the DIT School of Civil and Structural Engineering and the Young Engineer’s Society of Engineers Ireland in celebration of International Women’s Day and Engineers Week.  

Details are as follows:

Wednesday 8th March 2017

Room 446, DIT Bolton Street, Dublin 1

5.00pm – Tea/coffee and networking

6.15pm – Presentations

You can register for the event here.            

For more information, email Marie-Claire Daly, PUNCH Consulting Engineers