Women in Engineering Affinity Group
The Women in Engineering Affinity Group was founded to promote the significant contributions women have made in our field and encourage others to pursue such a career. The Group often hosts events designed to promote its values to students and experts in the engineering industry. Please stay tuned to this website if you are interested.
If you are interested in joining the WIE Group, please contact a member of our leadership, below.
For more information on Women in Engineering and other activities across the globe, please visit IEEE WIE.
WIE Internship & Graduate Opportunities10 October 2022
EnergyBank has contacted the Women in Engineering Affinity Group with an opportunity for Mechatronic/Mechanical Engineering students to join them in a temporary capacity. A ten-week paid (living wage) internship is available to tertiary students, and a six-month position to PhD graduates ($70k p.a.). If you are ...
WIE Scholarship Opportunities09 September 2022
Applications are now open for the IEEE Frances B. Hugle Scholarship and the new IEEE Women in Engineering International Scholarship. IEEE Frances B. Hugle Scholarship The scholarship was established to honour the memory of Frances B. Hugle, her many significant engineering accomplishments, and to help provide the ...
Why WIE Session06 July 2022
WIE NZCS conducted an event to engage and promote female engineers. IEEE Women in Engineering strives to provide assistance in supporting female professionals in technical disciplines. In this session, we share our experiences of being in the vibrant community of IEEE WIE, development programs, membership ...
International Women’s Day 202208 March 2022
To all IEEE NZ Central Section members, I take this opportunity to thank you for the contributions you have made to our Affinity group since it started. As the world celebrates women’s day, we need to remind ourselves that we are better together and we shouldn’t ...
WIE: call for support01 January 2022
The NZCS is very excited to announce that it has obtained approval to form a Women in Engineering Affinity Group. We aim to identify issues of importance to women in the engineering field and to network and share our experiences. If you are interested, please ...