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Interactive Panel Discussion on the Future Opportunities for Women in Engineering and Geoscience Division in BC

Thursday, May 9, 2024
11:00 AM–1:15 PM Pacific time

In Person at University of Victoria
11:00 AM: Doors Open and Sign-In 
11:30 AM: Light Refreshments
11:45 AM: Panel Discussion with Q&A
1:10 PM: Event Wrap-Up
1:15 PM: Event Ends

Joining virtually, please login at 11:40 AM
In-person: University of Victoria, Engineering and Computer Science Building, Room ECS 660

Online: Link will be circulated closer to the date

Eligible for 1 CE Hour(s) of Communications and Leadership Learning

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Event Details




For more information, please contact the event organizer

Event Presenter(s)

Daphne Sidaway-Wolf (current Chair of Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Victoria Branch)

Michelle Mahovlich (current Chair of Engineers and Geoscientists BC)

Bridget Cassidy (sponsor of the new website and event organizer for Women in Engineering and Geoscience in Victoria)

Robyn Quinn (founder of iWIST)

About the Event

Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s WIEG Division is shutting down as a result of organizational changes resulting from the creation of a new engineering and geoscience advocacy body. 

Engineers and Geoscientists BC continues to be committed to supporting women in the professions through the new Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) and Truth and Reconciliation (T&R) Working Group (launching in April 2024).

The founders of DAWEG and other concerned engineers and geoscientists have come together, creating this multi-location, interconnected, live-streamed event to explore the future of networking, outreach, and advocacy for women in engineering. 

The in-person event is located in the University of Victoria’s Engineering and Computer Science Building, Room ECS660. There will be other concurrent venues where groups can meet to participate together virtually. Sites could include Vancouver, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Kamloops, and elsewhere. Individuals can also connect directly. 

For details, see, a new site for the support of this event and the future of connecting women in engineering and geoscience. This site is being offered for the use of women in engineering and geoscience across the province of BC.

The fishbowl format seats three to four speakers in a circle in the centre of the room. These speakers are influencers in fostering inclusion for women in engineering and geoscience. Audience participation is invited as speakers temporarily join the circle and engage in the discussion.