APWEN canvasses gender parity in STEM field
With women making up only 13 per cent in the related workforce, professional engineers have reinforced need to improve participation of females in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field.
‘Environment not friendly for engineers to hone their skills’
Women are not well represented in engineering practice and this is a reflection of the percentage of women when compared to men, who seek admission to study engineering. So, to eliminate the gender gap, we need first to increase tremendously the percentage of girls opting for engineering as a career.
Experts call for policy implementation to bridge gender gap in STEM
The call was made at the Vital Voices STEM Mentoring Walk, done in partnership with Lonadek Nigeria Limited, Women in Energy Network (WIEN), WeConnect International and Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN)
Women engineers demand inclusion in government’s projects
The Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN) has called for gender inclusion in the execution of government’s engineering contracts and projects to enable them
At Sheengineer flag-off, APWEN pledges support for girl child on STEM Education
In order to encourage the girl child’s interest in Engineering, the Association of Professional Women Engineers in Nigeria (APWEN) has tasked itself on the need to train female teachers on Science
Stakeholders urge inclusive growth through women participation in science
The Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN) yesterday advised political leaders and other stakeholders in Nigeria to put in place an enabling environment
APWEN, lawyer urge ‘will’ writing to ease property transfer
Perturbed by increasing cases of property dispute in courts, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mrs. Antonia Akinlawon has charged Nigerians to cultivate favourable disposition to writing of ‘Will’ as a measure to ensure ease....
APWEN awards new scholarships, name scheme after COREN president
Poised to address exclusion of the women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), ten additional pupils who shown interest in the field...