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Women have historically been underrepresented in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field. Greater efforts are needed to increase the diversity within the STEM field and to enhance the career aspirations of women in STEM.
If you are interested to embark on or further your career in this field, be sure to join our programmes for women in STEM!
LIVE Facebook Chat
Why Science & Engineering should be a woman's game?

Share your personal journey as a woman in the Science & Engineering field and discuss how women can progress in male-dominated industries. Be inspired by Dr. Hla Nu Phyu, Vice-Chairman for Women in Engineering (WIE) and Er. Emily Tan, Chairman for Women in Science, Engineering and Research (WiSER) who will be joining in the conversation online.
Progression Forum
Qualities and Smart Strategies for Women in Science & Engineering

Discover smart strategies to thrive in your STEM careers and gain insights on the qualities for success from our panel! Hear the amazing story of STEM ambassador, Dr. Ong Soh Khim, NUS Associate Professor, and network with fellow women in Science & Engineering.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ong Soh Khim
Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the National University of Singapore, and STEM ambassador, Singapore Committee for UN Women
Panelist: Dr. Hla Nu Phyu
Vice-chairman for Women in Engineering (WIE) of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and Scientist of Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Panelist: Er. Emily Tan
Chairman for Women in Science, Engineering and Research (WiSER) of The Institute of Engineers Singapore (IES), and Managing Director of TSM Consultancy Pte Ltd
Moderator: Mrinalini Venkatachalam
Head of Public Awareness and Youth Initiatives, Singapore Committee for UN Women

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