Women in STEM Awards
6.30pm, 24 October 2024
The Round Room at Mansion House, Dublin

Women in STEM Awards 

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 etc 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 are proud to showcase some of 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.

Getting there

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

 

GETTING HERE

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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