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Ford Prize for Women in STEM study

Ford Prize for Women in STEM Study

Following an assessment day at Dunton Technical Centre on September 17th, Smart Mobility Director Ford of Europe, Sarah-Jayne Williams, awarded the 1st Prize in the 2018 Ford Prize for Women in STEM Study Competition to Cara Nicholson, who is about to start her second year of a Master’s Degree in Chemistry at The University of St Andrews. During the assessment process, Cara clearly demonstrated her skills as a great ambassador promoting the study of STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Maths) subjects, and conveyed her commitment to encouraging others.

The prize, which recognises the achievements of women in STEM, encouraging other women to become involved, is awarded in association with the Ford PWN (Professional Women’s Network).

Runners up prizes each were also awarded to:

  • Ayobami Lawal (Chemical Engineering at University of Bath)
  • Noyonika Lahiri (Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College)

Cara, Ayobami and Noyonika are pictured with Sarah-Jayne Williams, Smart Mobility Director Ford of Europe.

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