PTC WEN efforts amidst COVID 19
Since the start of the COVID 19 pandemic, the Women Engineers Network have been very active in providing assistance, acting as frontliners themselves or giving the much needed support to hospitals and institutions.
A 3-part episode on Women Engineers in the Philippines, broadcast via the radio station DZUP, Department of Women and Development Studies of the University of the Philippines will have officers from PTC WEN as special guests. The broadcast is hosted by Roselle Leah K. Rivera and will be aired on August 2, 9 and 16 from 12nn to 1 pm.
The first episode held last August 2 was participated by PTC WEN’s adviser Lydia Tansinsin of PIChE, Maribel Mena of SMEP, Archelle Baculi of PSME and Evelyn Laurito of PIChE. The group discussed the History of WEN and their experiences as women engineers in a male-dominated field.
Episode 2 with Engr. EMILIANA P. DELA CRUZ (PSSE), Engr.TERESITA BALBA (PIChE), ENGR. ESTRELLITA BORDALLO (GEP) and Engr. AIDA CALMA (PSSE).
Episode 3 with PTC WEN chair ENGR. JUANA T. TAPEL, PhD (PSABE) and Engr. EMILIANA P. DELA CRUZ (PSSE).
What is PTC WEN?
PTC WEN or the Women Engineers Network is an organization of women engineers representing the national engineering organizations under the umbrella of the Philippine Technological Council (PTC) and the Women Engineers of the Asean Federation of Engineering Organization (WEAFEO). Aware of the important role of engineering in the advancement of the social, economic, and industrial development of Philippines, its objectives are:
- To promote understanding, goodwill and cooperation among women engineers
- To promote and exchange ideas, concerns and experiences.
- To support the purposes and objectives of the PTC and WEAFEO.
Due to the limitations brought about by COVID19, the scheduled Women’s Summit for September 2020 has been cancelled.
The 5th Philippine Women Engineers Summit 5 and INWES-APNN Conference and Meeting will be held on September 9-11 2021 with the theme “Women Engineers and Scientists: Catalysts to Climate Action”. Click the link below for details.
We would like to thank all participants, presentors. Inspiring Women Engineers awardees, guests, sponsors, Lakambining Inhenyera candidates and support staff who contributed to making the 4th Philippine Women Engineers Summit a success.
Theme: Partnership For Women
Engineering Excellence Across Borders
August 22-24, 2019
Royce Hotel & Casino
Clark Field, Pampanga, Philippines
Lakambining Inhenyera 2019 Winners
The Women Engineers Network of the Philippine Technological Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 3rd Search for Lakambining Inhenyera, a fund-raising activity and personality development quest for professional women engineers. Lakambining Inheyera 2019 is Engr. Angelica Ongkingco (PICE), 1st Runner-up is Engr. Genalyn Verbo (GEP) and 2nd Runner-up is Engr. Peachie Melendez (PSABE). Coronation was held last August 23, 2019, during the 4th PWES 2019 at the Royce Hotel, Clark, Pampanga.
The 2020 APNN & IConWiST is scheduled to be held in New Taipei City Hall during Oct. 24-26 in 2 ways: in-person and on-line participation.
Both early bird registration and abstract submission have been postponed to Sep. 15 2020. Only those who have registered can join the conference online with special link.
Registration fee for online participants is waived. All registration fees for in-person participation are reduced to half of the original price announced. International attendees can pay the registration fees (US $30 or NT 1500) on-site during the Conference.
WEN Coffee Table Book
INSPIRING FILIPINA ENGINEERS (1st EDITION): COFFEE TABLE BOOK
The first edition of Inspiring Filipina Engineers Coffee Table Book is now available. For further inquiries, you may contact Dr. May Rose C. Imperial @ +639184222443 or at email@example.com.