Here you will find sets of resources about the Electrifying Women project. You can use these resources to further your own research in this area and to continue our work by running your own sessions about the history of women in engineering.

Five videos on five of the key themes from the Electrifying Women project: Collaboration; Resourcefulness; Innovation; Activism; Networking

This pack contains the information you need if you are interested in:

  • Running your own events
  • Writing blog posts
  • Primary research

A selection of worksheets and resources for those interested in running their own creative writing workshops on the theme of women in engineering. The Electrifying Women creative writing anthology is also available to download

A range of primary and secondary sources to download and reading suggestions for further research on the history of women in engineering

Web links to the pages of our project partners and other websites with information about women in engineering

Title image: WES conference, c. 1929, courtesy of the IET archives

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RT @womenslibrary: #gwlfacts Mary Somerville was a Scottish scientist, supporter of women's education and suffrage, and not only was s……

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RT @WESCentenary: Ira Rischowski 1899-1989 1st female #electricalengineering student @TUDarmstadt #Germany in 1919. In 1936 she came……