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The LUWES STEM Club has launched

In celebration of World Engineering Day 2021 (4 March), Loughborough University Women’s Engineering Society has launched their first video for their STEM Club.

The LUWES STEM Club hopes to engage with Key Stage 3 students across the globe and encourage them to get involved in STEM fields. By introducing some of our Loughborough engineers whilst guiding the students through exciting activities, the club aims to educate them on a wide range of engineering disciplines. 

For the next six weeks, a new video will be released every Tuesday at 12pmto the LUWES STEM Club Playlist.

Committee Chair, Natalie Tang added: “The LUWES STEM Club came to us as an idea to continue outreach activities with students at schools despite being in a pandemic. As a society, we aim to create a diverse engineering community to promote, encourage and support women in engineering and, in this case, we hope to inspire the future generation. We hope that through introducing Loughborough engineers in an engaging format, students across the globe can learn more about the wide range of engineering disciplines.”

The first video can be viewed below:

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