Register to attend our upcoming events and explore our past events, including panel discussions recordings as well as information about Design Challenges
2021-2030 Strategy: Lunch and learn
Following our new strategy launch in May, we are providing another opportunity to learn more about how, together, we developed the strategy and how you can continue to play a crucial role in achieving the change we need to see in the sector.
Thursday 24 June 12:00pm (BST)
Engineering for People Grand Finals
Sign up to attend the virtual UK and Ireland Engineering for People Design Challenge Grand Finals event. During the event we will hear from this year’s community partner, the top six teams and see who is awarded first, second and People Prize winners.
Thursday 1 July 16:00 (BST)
Constructive Conversations: Purposeful
Join us for our second virtual panel discussion interrogating the second of our globally responsible principles, purposeful.
Wednesday 25 August 17:00 (BST)
Inspiring Community Leaders 2021
Sign up to attend our Inspiring Community Leaders training series, which will engage a network of students and academics within the Engineers Without Borders community and inspire them to continue to drive forward the movement for globally responsible engineering.
The 2021 student designathon
Join us for our month-long national Designathon! We are so pleased to be launching this multi-disciplinary Design Challenge encouraging students from UK universities to design solutions for a real world design brief whilst considering the social, environmental and economic impacts of their innovations. Find out more and sign up here!
The stories behind the statistics
Watch our insightful panel discussion covering racism and engineering with panellists; Dr Udonna Okeke who founded the BAME Girls in Engineering project; Georgia Thompson co-founder of D-vers-ty and Mara Makoni, External Relations Lead at the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers UK.
Building Community Leaders
Building Community Leaders, a virtual training series running throughout August, preparing those within university who are actively involved with Engineers Without Borders UK, for the year ahead.
Big engineering, local context: The importance of community consultation
Listen to our virtual panel discussion, Big engineering, local context: The importance of community consultation talking to Simon Sizwe Mayson from the Makers Valley Partnership, Jenny Irvine from Black & Veatch and Franklin Kirimi from Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI).
UK & Ireland winners announced
Watch the UK & Ireland Engineering for People Design Challenge Grand Finals. This year 1,025 student teams from the UK and Ireland took part in this year’s Design Challenge, find out which teams took home the awards, hear from CEO Katie Cresswell-Maynard and from our friends at the Makers Valley Partnership.