Manchester Pride Update 2021

Martyn News

Manchester Pride is one of our highlight events of the summer and we love to participate in the Pride Parade through a city with so much engineering heritage. Sadly we’ve learned the decision to cancel the main parade and run a series of mini parade in much smaller groups and without the crowd. We don’t feel this offers the best …

What has the engineering response to COVID-19 looked like?

John Bradbury Blog, Campaigns, News

For the third consecutive year, InterEngineering and the Royal Academy of Engineering collaborated to celebrate #LGBTSTEMday. The last six months have been extremely challenging for the engineering community. This event will look at how our profession has responded to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as recognise the contribution of LGBTQ+ engineers in addressing these challenges. We will …

Royal Academy of Engineering

LGBT+ History Month

John Bradbury News

LGBT+ History Month provides an opportunity to celebrate and highlight lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) engineers, as well as looking at current and historic barriers to inclusion. It is a chance to present tools and resources that can help develop a more inclusive culture within engineering for LGBT+ engineers. In the UK, LGBT+ History Month is celebrated annually in February to …

Flying the flag for LGBT engineers – London Pride 2018

John Bradbury News

Rainbows, bubbles and glitter featured heavily in the joint InterEngineering, IChemE, Wood and Murphy group Pride In London march last Saturday (7 July 2018). We started off with a breakfast, provided by Wood, at the IChemE offices at One Portland Place. More than 80 engineers gathered – and enjoyed seeing the parade out of the sun – before we joined the parade …

Tour of Rolls-Royce Control Systems, Birmingham

InterEngineering News

Following on from the success of our first joint event last year, InterEngineering Midlands and Rolls-Royce are proud to once again be working together! Taking place in their newest and most modern facility, the Derwent Building is located on the Birmingham Business Park and is the home of Rolls-Royce Control Systems, who are responsible for manufacturing both the electronic intelligence …

Being an LGBT+ Student in Engineering

John Bradbury Campaigns

We are collecting data to find out the experiences of LGBT+ Student Engineers. Please share so we can find out more and effect change. This survey is confidential and aims at collecting the opinion of LGBT+ students in Engineering on the need for improvement of diversity and inclusion. Create your own user feedback survey

National Student Pride 2018

InterEngineering News

InterEngineering attended National Student Pride on the 10th of February to provide representation for the engineering industry to over 1000 students who attended the event. Students travelled from across the UK to the city of London which hosted panel discussions, fun events and a large careers fair. Many engineering companies were present at student pride including: EDF Energy BuroHappold Engineering …

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Allies Creating Inclusive Workplaces

InterEngineering Events, News

On the 8th of November at the offices of Arup in Manchester we had an evening discussion on ‘Allies Creating Inclusive Workplaces’. Speakers included Warrick Matthews, Executive Vice President of Rolls-Royce Control Systems and Co-sponsor of Prism (Rolls-Royce LGBT staff network) and Alex Morris, Senior Civil Structural Engineer at Arup and an active member of Arup Connect Out (LGBT+ Staff Network). …

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InterQuiz 2017

InterEngineering Events

On Thursday 22nd June 2017, we teamed up again with OffSite and KPMG to host the second annual InterQuiz. KPMG hosted the event in the delightful Winter Garden reception with stunning views across Canary Wharf. Our charity partner for 2017 was ELOP, a holistic lesbian and gay centre that offers a range of social, emotional and support services to LGBT …