Women in Corrosion (WiC)
"WiC“ celebrates women working in corrosion and in general, in STEM-related field in relation to the International Day of Women in Science on February 11th and International Women in Engineering Day on June 23rd.
2024 - 4th edition: we are happy to celebrate women working in corrosion with two inspiring women, mentors and role models.
In the frame of the International Day of Women in Science, on February 15th, Jenifer Locke (Fontana Corrosion Center, Ohio State University, USA) discussed her career path and transition from industry to academia as well as sharing tips for a successful career and satisfied life. Recording here.
In the frame of the International Women In Engineering, Yolanda Hedberg (Western University Ontario, Canada) will discuss her career path and present the CORRECT program on the last week of June.
The YEFC also joined efforts with EFC EDI task force, M.S.C.A. Steminist, Coatings - Open Access Journal and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to organize the Women in Science Week - February 5th-9th, 2024
2023 - 3rd edition: we ask women from industry, research institutes, and universities to share their passion for corrosion. They show the diverse the diverse breadth of careers available in corrosion, while also contributing to female
empowerment and gender equality.
Meet the #WomenInCorrosion2023
Meet the women of the YEFC board
2022 - 2nd edition: we ask working in corrosion to submit a photo and description of their job/daily tasks to set an example for younger generations.
Meet our #WomenInCorrosion2022