ENGINEERING LEADERS YOU SHOULD FOLLOW ON TWITTER

ENGINEERING LEADERS YOU SHOULD FOLLOW ON TWITTER

Roma Agrawal

Having spent 6 years working on The Shard, Roma is a structural engineer who loves both science and design but most of all, she loves promoting engineering to under-represented groups. Here's a very interesting video if you would like to find out more about her. Roma was described as 'the most prolific [of] women in engineering tweeters' by the Guardian. She is also a regular presenter at different events and likes to engage with students to advocate for engineering & stem careers.

Follow her on Twitter at @RomatheEngineer.

 

Institution of Civil Engineers

With two decades of experience in the industry, the ICE is one of the world's leaving civil engineering institutions. They provide support to anyone who wants to become qualified in the industry and have the most up-to-date library of civil engineering resources. Their services are dedicated to support their members – whenever they need it.

Follow them on Twitter at @ICE_engineers.

 

 

New Civil Engineer

NCE is a global monthly newsletter for civil engineers worldwide. The majority of people reading this publication would be members of the ICE, engineers working across many different fields such as the designs and construction of buildings and structures, transport planning, the management of water resources, energy supply and environmental protection. The NCE is the main source of news for people for analysis and technical information on civil engineering advances and problems in UK and everywhere in the world.

Follow them on Twitter at @NCEdigital.

 

The Institution of Engineering and Technology

With over 167,000 members in 127 countries, the IET is one of the largest engineering institutions in the world. The IET's vision is to work to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing their members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by the work of engineers worldwide. What's more, they have a huge resource library encompassing everything from journals, books, IET standards, wiring regulations, conference proceedings, teacher resources and much more.

Follow them on Twitter at @theIET.

 

Women's Engineering Society

The Women's in Engineering Society is a charity and a professional network for women in the engineering industry. They are an active supporter of National Women in Engineering Day (NWED), a yearly event coordinated by them, on the 23rd June. They are a true source of inspiration for every woman that wants to pursue a career in engineering.

Follow them on Twitter at @WES1919.

 

Mark Hansford

With more than 20 years of experience in the civil engineering industry, first as a qualified engineer and then as an award-winning journalist, Mark Hansford is the editor of New Civil Engineer. He has also been the championing cause of gender equality in the industry and is a proud supporter of the relief charity RedR, of which NCE is a patron.

Follow him on Twitter at @markhansford.

 

 

Tomorrow's Engineers

Tomorrow's Engineers is more than an informational site about the amazing careers available in engineering. Tomorrow's Engineers is led by EngineeringUK and the Royal Academy of Engineering and is constantly working with The Institution of Engineering and Technology, The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The Institution of Civil Engineers and The Institute of Physics to develop a programme of career resources that provides guidance for young people.

Follow them on Twitter at @Tomorrows_Eng.

 

The Royal Academy of Engineering

The purpose of UK's Royal Academy of Engineering is to bring engineering at the heart of the society and to advance and promote excellence in engineering. They aim to improve public awareness and understanding of engineering, and promote UK as a great place to do business. If you are interested in becoming a fellow, please click here.

Follow them on Twitter at @RaEngNews.

 

Rail Engineer

Rail Engineer is an international independent monthly magazine for engineers, project managers, directors and leading rail executive decision makers. They work in consultation with Network RailDocklands Light Railway and the Underground.

If you haven't got it already, the Rail Engineer app combines the most interesting new British projects and products.

Follow them on Twitter at @theRailEngineer.

 

Engineering Council

The Engineering Council is the UK regulatory body for the engineering profession. They have the duty to set and maintain standards of professional competence and commitment. They also offer support and guidance to those who need it and professional development opportunities to those working in the engineering sector.

Follow them on Twitter at @EngCouncil.

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