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The Women in Aviation and Aerospace Committee have now announced their plans for 2015. Carol Vorderman MBE has agreed to give the Amy Johnson Named Lecture after it was postponed in July. The new date will be announced shortly.
The Committee are also planning a one day conference in October which will explore the 'Sustainability Solutions: Technology and Diversity'. Click here to find out more and to register.
Career Mentoring Tops the Bill at the 2014 WAAC Annual Conference
Under the theme of 'Flying High in the Aerospace Industry', the Women in Aviation and Aerospace Committee hosted a special conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society on 21 November 2014 to inspire women to progress their careers in the industry. Seven motivating speakers shared their own experiences of mentoring or being mentored in their respective presentations which formally launched the Committee's new mentoring Scheme at the conference.
Read the full conference report here.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s Women in Aviation & Aerospace Committee (WAAC) was established in 2009 to encourage more youngwomen to consider aviation and aerospace as a worthwhile and exciting career. It also exists to provide support for women already working in all sectors of aviation and aerospace.
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NEWS AND EVENTS
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The 2015 Young Persons' Lecture will be delivered by Dr Gemma Attrill, Principal Scientist, Support to Operations and National Security Team, dstl. She will outline what space weather is and why we should care about it.
This conference will provide an opportunity to respond to the publication of a UK Government policy paper on human spaceflight ahead of Briton Tim Peake going into space in December.