Fran Scott presents the SeeWomen Stage Show 2018
The Eleanor Glanville Centre is hosting the SeeWomen 2018 Stage Show at the University of Lincoln. The Siemens Education SeeWomen Project aims to inspire and motivate young girls to pursue STEM careers, and challenge the gender stereotypes
The SeeWomen Project was launched on International Women’s Day (8 March) 2016 at Withington Girls School, Manchester, with an original live stage show created by Siemens Education and well-known scientist and BBC presenter Fran Scott. The project is part of a unique collaboration between Siemens and the Girls’ Schools Association (GSA), and was created especially for girls, to place the spotlight on modern STEM female role models in Siemens and beyond.
Since 2016, the interactive, curriculum-linked stage show has been delivered in schools across the UK by a mix of professional presenters, Siemens STEM ambassadors, and GSA alumni. It explores modern women’s ground-breaking contributions to science, technology and engineering, taking the audience on a journey into the world of STEM with captivating live stage experiments. The show aims to excite the audience with thought-provoking activities, to build their confidence and motivate them to set future goals and raise their aspirations.
The SeeWomen stage Show will be held at the University of Lincoln on 12 September 2018. Local schools have been invited to attend.
For further information, contact the Eleanor Glanville Centre.
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