Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Women In Engineering news

Quite often women in engineering make national and even international headlines.  Here are just a few online articles that you may be interested in following up on.


  • Nerd Girls from Tufts University in the USA coming up with new designs for a solar powered car.



  • Third year PhD student Emily Hargrave-Thomas earns IPENZ GT Murray Award
  • Civil Engineering student Charlotte Davis receives international UG Award
  • Claire Davies scoops national and regional AMP Scholarships
  • Hannah Sheahan, Mechatronics student receives scholarship to attend the University of Cambridge
  •   Felicity Glenie, heads team in Christchurch Red Zone, PDF 709KB
    (Old Collegians' feature - King's Courier, Autumn 2013)
  • Mechanical Engineering student awarded Zonta International award
  • Outstanding scholar chooses accelerated pathway
  • Leadership roles for our engineering women
  • Engineering students win Three Minute Thesis competition
  • Recognition for one of our star alumni
  • New book encourages better management in construction
  • How does your education today differ from the experience of some of the first women engineers during World War II, the Curtiss-Wright Cadets?