Women in STEM Awards 2024

Celebrating the incredible achievements of women in STEM in Ireland

Nominations now open

6.30pm, 24 October 2024

The Round Room at Mansion House, Dublin

Women in STEM Awards 2024

The Women in STEM Awards 2024 will celebrate and recognise the incredible achievements and innovations of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in Ireland.

We will shine a light on the amazing women who are breaking barriers, pushing boundaries, and making a significant impact in their fields. We will proudly showcase Ireland’s leading companies and organisations that are creating diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces that allow every employee to thrive, regardless of their background. We believe that when companies and organisations embrace diversity and inclusivity, they foster a culture of innovation and creativity, and provide the necessary support for women in STEM to reach their full potential.

The Women in STEM Awards celebrate the incredible achievements of women in STEM in Ireland and will inspire the next generation of female innovators and leaders. We believe that by highlighting their accomplishments, we can encourage young girls and women to pursue careers in STEM, overcome obstacles, and make a difference in their fields. Join us in celebrating the incredible achievements of women in STEM in Ireland, and let’s work together to create a more inclusive and equitable world for all.

The Women in STEM Awards are open to companies, organisations and educational institutes of all sizes and sectors. Whether you’re a start-up, a scale-up, an SME,  part of a larger organisation, or working as a third-level researcher translating your research into innovative and commercially viable products, services and companies, we invite you to nominate and celebrate the outstanding women driving innovation in STEM.

Join us in celebrating the incredible achievements of women in STEM at every level of industry in Ireland.

Nominations close on 6th September

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Why Nominate?

Nominating a deserving individual for the Women in STEM Awards 2024 is more than just recognising their achievements – it’s about inspiring others and fostering a more inclusive and diverse STEM community in Ireland.

Becoming a finalist at the Women in STEM Awards is a remarkable opportunity to build recognition and enhance your nominee’s presence within the industry.

If your nominee is shortlisted, you’ll have the chance to leverage this achievement for PR and marketing purposes, attracting more attention to their work and inspiring future generations of STEM professionals.

As a shortlisted nominee, you’ll receive:

  • Finalists banner to add to email footers, company websites, and social media posts.
  • A spotlight on your nominee and their accomplishments as part of our social media campaign.
  • Media coverage through our partner media channels.
  • Winners and sponsors will also be featured in a post-event write-up, showcasing your achievements to a wider audience. (See the Example HERE)

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the incredible women shaping the future of STEM in Ireland. Submit your nomination today and make a difference!

Nominate Yourself. Nominate another wonderful woman in STEM. Nominate your Male Champion of Change!

How to Enter

It’s FREE! Simply fill out the nomination form for your chosen category, providing details about the nominee’s accomplishments and why they deserve to be recognised. Don’t miss this opportunity to shine a light on the remarkable women shaping the future of STEM in Ireland!

The Women in STEM Awards 2024 experience includes:

Drinks Reception on arrival

Networking with the who’s who of Women in STEM

Four course meal at The Round Room at the Mansion House

Evening musical entertainment

Networking into the evening at the Round Room Bar

Relive the Highlights:
Experience the Women in STEM Awards 2023

MC Jess Kelly

Presenter, Tech Talk, Newstalk & Technology Correspondent, Connected

Jess Kelly is Newstalk’s Technology Correspondent and hosts Tech Talk on Saturday evenings at 5pm. Having worked at Newstalk for over a decade, Jess’ role has seen her travel across the globe reporting from some of the biggest conferences in the world including; CES in Las Vegas, IFA in Berlin, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and Samsung Unpacked in New York City. Jess also imparts her technology expertise to television audiences on The Six O’Clock Show on Virgin Media One. Jess is an experienced MC, having hosted events in Ireland, the UK and across Europe. Jess has conducted interviews with high-profile guests such as YouTube mega-star Casey Nesitat and former secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff. Additionally, she has hosted events for the likes of WeWork, Brain for Business at the Science Gallery, Career Zoo, Limerick Chamber and The Department of Rural and Community Affairs, Women in STEM Awards and the CIF Health & Safety Summit. In 2019, Jess Kelly was awarded the Irish Tatler Woman of the Year Media Award. Jess was recognised for this award as even the most complex of technology topics are made insightful and jargon-free thanks to her skilled expertise.most complex of technology topics are made insightful and jargon-free

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Grace Aungier
Conference & Awards Director
Mob:  086 088 0845
Email: [email protected]

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Ruby Doyle
Events & Awards Executive
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Terms & Conditions for applying

There are 15 eligible award categories, each having specific criteria that the judging panel will be examining. You may enter across any number of categories providing that your entry meets the given award criteria. Review carefully the requirements for each category you are entering. All entries must comply fully with the entry rules. Please provide as much detail as possible so our judges can make an informed decision.

All entries must be submitted using the online entry form

* Simply select the category to enter and complete the entry form

* All entry forms must be completed fully before the deadline

* Provide as much detail as possible – you can use the upload in all categories

* After the initial judging round, a maximum of ten nominations in each category will be short-listed by the judging panel for further detailed assessment

* All short-listed entries will be contacted directly by a member of the project team. All short-listed projects will be published on the website

* You may edit your entry after submitting, up until the entry deadline

* Please make sure all your personal details are entered accurately, including contact details, as this will be used in the awards presentation if selected as a finalist

* You are eligible to enter more than one category, as long as the work submitted meets the criteria

* Entries should be based of a project completed in last 12 months

* There is no fee payable for entering this awards programme

**Top tips for entering:**

* Make sure that you read and fully comply with the criteria

* Provide as much evidence of your results (financial and non-financial) as possible

* Be sure that you have the correct permissions needed to reveal any potentially sensitive information

* The project can be of any duration during the past 12 months

* You can start your entry online and save it to complete it at any point before the deadline

* And finally – don’t be modest, this is the time to brag about your biggest achievements!

Past Attendees

SOLAS
Accenture
AIB
Alexandra College Junior School
Algorand Foundation
APC & VLE Therapeutics
AWS
BAM Ireland
BH Consulting
Brewer & Partners
BT Ireland
Capstone
Carelon Global Solutions
CIF
Citi Bank
Codex
Cool Planet
Cyber For School Girls
DCU
DCU Business School
DCU Educational Trust

DCU Institute of Education
DCU School of Physics
Dell
Deloitte
Dogpatch Labs
Energia Group
Enterprise Ireland
Exploristics
EY
Fidelity Investments Ireland
First Derivative
Garda
HealthBeacon
HealthTech Ireland
HSE
IBM Ireland
Intel Ireland
Invesis
Irish Rail
Jacobs Engineering
Junior Einsteins Science Club

Kellanova
LM Ericsson
Maynooth University
Microsoft
Munster Technological University
Musgrave Group
Nuopint
OCMA
Our Ladys Hospital, Navan
Patient MPower
PBC Builders
PepsiCo
PermanentTSB
Pipedrive
Primark
PwC
PwC
reSolved
Roche
Schneider Electric
SciFest CLG

SFI
Shoo Social Media
SIRO
Skillnet Ireland
South East Energy Agency
Statkraft
Tenable
TII
Toddler Talk
UCC
UL
University College Dublin
University of Galway
Valoy Automation
VHI
Whyze Health
WITS Ireland
Women in Cyber Security UKI
Workday
Workhuman
WuXi Biologics Ireland

How to get to The Round Room, Mansion House?

The Mansion House was conceptualised in the 18th century by one of Ireland’s great visionaries, Joshua Dawson. The Round Room was purpose designed in 1821 to receive King George IV. Remarkable political events have taken place here including the first ever meeting of the Dáil Eireann in 1919 and throughout the years we have proudly welcomed high-profile guests from across the globe including Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela, Queen Victoria, Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco.

It was in the Round Room, in 1919 that the first Dail Eireann was held: Making the first definitive parliamentary move for home rule.  Seventy of the elected Irish representatives did not attend West Minister but pledged to the First Irish parliamentary meeting ever held in Ireland instead.

The Round Room at The Mansion House,
Dawson Street
Dublin 2,
Ireland

Walking distance from Stephens green: 4 minutes
Driving Distance from the airport: 22 minutes
Hotel bedrooms within a 5 minute walk: 1657

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