Some great ideas from Megan in Maine

It is always wonderful to help other people but we at Engineering Together were particularly please to hear from Mrs G at Maine STEM Club for Girls.

Mrs G passed on thanks as our Fun at Home page has been ‘a big help to their club! ‘

They have been using some of the great STEM projects within their lessons and it was lovely they wanted to reach out to tell our Engineering Together team how we have helped them! 


By way of thanks Megan gave us some fantastic links to some wonderful additions to our STEM At Home pages…  Engineering Games and Projects and Free STEM Activities and Resources for Kids

Megan was very excited to share them with us and we totally agree.  We think they are great and now everyone to use them 🙂

Mrs G said ‘Encouraging girls in the field of science is so important’ and we wholeheartedly support this.

Our Chair Paula said ‘It really is fantastic to know that Engineering Together is helping those from afar and that Megan and the other girls at Main STEM Club for Girls are not only working towards being our next generation of professionals but also giving back.  Thankyou.’

Loving Local

Two of our volunteers attended Ormesby Hall’s Love Local event.

Julie, our Climate Champion, showed 500 people of all ages her hydrogen cars, kindly funded by the Cleveland Scientific Institution. Paula, our Chair, read her Lottie Books to and with many families.

Julie is leading the way in Hartlepool

We are delighted that our Climate Champion Julie Harrison is leading the way. She is not only a Love Hartlepool Leader who is determined to put Hartlepool on the map, a longstanding climate activist, an entrepreneur, business owner and STEM educator.

She is leading work in Hartlepool where the ‘Green Heart’ is one of four priority areas for the coming year. Read all about it at Green Hartlepool – Love Hartlepool

Well Done Julie!

Bringing Engineering Universities Together

Our Diversity Champion Dr Jo Douglas-Harris and Chair Paula McMahon were delighted to part take in the inaugural North of England Universities Joint Event. 

This was the very first time that all North East University engineering departments had come together with the aim to network and celebrate INWED.  This is not the first combined and collaborative event that Engineering Together have contributed to as we always look to work towards breaking the bias.

The CEO of WES not only part took in this event but also chose it to be the global launch of INWED22.  The 2022 theme is Inventors and Innovators and everyone was encouraged to #ImagineTheFuture where sustainability and inclusion are simply what we do.

The whole day was a great success with in-person events at each of the universities which included talks, panels and much more.  The virtual online session allowed everyone to be together to see our showcase of an inspirational showcase of female engineers, academics and staff.  Everyone then took part in an interactive roundtable across all five universities.

The students, staff and attendees enjoyed the event and everyone has agreed this event is to be the first of many.  It also encouraged further involvement from male and female students and staff to set up WES University Groups to further bring together people who wish to actively support and encourage student engineers from all backgrounds.

Once again Engineering Together alongside the WES Tyne & Tees Cluster has gained international interest and regional benefits!

Bias busting spotlight on IWD

Collaborating with others and helping everyone reach their potential is what we do at Engineering Together. In and around International Womens Day we love to turn the spotlight onto our female members in order to help #BreakTheBias.

Our group get involved in lots of different events showcasing engineering and challenging perceptions . Here are but a couple of examples of events we took part in alongside many other greats from the Tees Valley and beyond….