Pioneering student project led by the University of Glasgow's female engineers and the Malawi University of Science and Technology, working to encourage more women into STEM.
The engagement will consist of workshops covering a multitude of disciplines, from basic computer programming to diagnostic biosensing to 3D printing. The activities are being optimised for the audience and aim to provide an insight into the potential within STEM subjects whilst stimulating interest in the people we meet with. Workshop materials in the past have been provided by: Dyson, CH2M, STAR Refrigeration, UofG (Biomedical Engineering) and University College Dublin.
Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST)
The project is a partnership between the University of Glasgow and Malawi University of Science and Technology, bringing together students to find creative ways to encourage and educate more young people towards STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields. Following the success of FemEng in Rwanda, this sister project is set to take place virtually in Summer 2021.