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2015 YWE Awards

At a spectacular awards ceremony on 3 December 2015, at the Park Plaza London Riverbank hotel, the IET announced the winners of its awards for inspiring female engineers.

Orla Murphy (photo)  

2015 Young Woman Engineer of the Year
Orla Murphy

Orla Murphy is an Audio Engineer at Jaguar Land Rover. Orla realised her love for Science and Engineering when she led a school project on bubbles at the age of 16, which won first prize in the Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry section of the BT Young Scientist Competition and also won Special Award from the Institute of Physics.

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Helen Cavill (photo)  

2015 Women's Engineering Society (WES) Prize
Helen Cavill

Helen started her engineering career with a Year in Industry placement in an iron foundry in her hometown of Lincoln. She then studied Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a first class MEng degree in 2009. For the last six years, Helen has been employed as the Process Improvement Manager at M&H Plastics in Suffolk, becoming a Chartered Engineer in 2014.

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Emma Goulding (photo)  

2015 Mary George Memorial Prize for apprentices
Emma Goulding

Emma is currently a Technical Apprentice working for Siemens Aeroderivative Gas Turbines (AGT) within the Energy business. Specifically, she is involved with the Power Generation Services sector whereby the business uses aeroderivative gas turbines for industrial purposes such as power generation and gas compression.

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YWE Awards 2015

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