IMechE and STEM Presentations
  • Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, Plymouth University

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This free CPD event is an opportunity to find out about the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). It is followed by a presentation on what the IMechE does and how you can be involved.

STEM presentation

Samantha Ansell is the STEM manager for Education Business Partnership-South West. She manages the STEMNET contract for Devon and Cornwall, providing advice and guidance for anything and everything STEM related. Samantha will will discuss why STEM is important in today's society and how you can become a STEM ambassador.

IMechE presentation

Alan King, IMechE's Area Business Development Executive will discuss what the IMechE can do for you, how to get involved and much more! Alan joined the IMechE as a Business Development Executive in 2004. With a background in both engineering and business, he brings a knowledgeable blend of skills and experience to the role.

There will be an opportunity for networking after the presentations.

This event is open to all but booking is required as spaces are limited. Please book your place via the IMechE event page (you can also contact the organiser, Ian Myers, via the message form with any queries).

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