In this centenary year of the Women’s Engineering Society Lynette Willoughby, FAN volunteer and past president of WES, will introduce this fascinating talk.
Saturday 22nd June 2pm
Free public lecture by Graeme Gooday
Sanderson Room, 3rd floor, Leeds Central Library, Headrow
Free tickets available here
In collaboration with the Women’s Engineering Society and the Science Museum, and supported by a Follow-Funding grant from the Arts & Humanities Research Council
Image courtesy of the Women’s Engineering Society and the Institution of Engineering & Technology
In the centenary year of the Women’s Engineering Society, Prof Graeme Gooday (University of Leeds) explains how and why the Society came into being, and discusses the roles of two Yorkshire women.
For more information about the venue please contact Inga Kobzeva.