Increase female participation in Bachelor of Construction Management and Bachelor of Construction Technology
Increase female leadership in the School
Improve visibility of professional women in the built environment to our students to showcase role models
Create a positive student learning experience for our female students
Increase visibility of our female academics within the University and external to the University
Celebrate achievements of female staff, students and alumni
Increase networking within the University and between our alumni and professional women
Improve engagement with our prospective female students
Increase opportunities for student and staff to engage and network with professional women in the built environment.
In the video below we have brought together some of our female staff and students who will share their experiences at Western Sydney University and tell you about some of the changes happening in the built environment professions. Play the video to hear their experiences.
WTBE Breakfast Event 2022
Join other students, staff and industry professionals this International Women’s Day as we celebrate the stories of our up and coming women in the Built Environment and Engineering, in collaboration with Women of Wisdom (WoW). There will be a Keynote Presentation from event sponsor Multiplex, as well as a student panel discussion moderated by Mr. David Borger from Business Western Sydney.
We also heard from our female academics who support the construction management program. There was a great vibe in the room with many industry and government attendees keen to work with WSU on this exciting project. Thank you to everyone who attended and helped to make it a very special launch!