There is a huge need to diversify the range of people who go to university to study engineering and the current route for entry is prohibitive for many potential engineers,” says Dr Emma Posey, Programme Lead for Ingenuity Studio. “NMiTE is such a great opportunity for young people and it opens up new possibilities within the educational sector and the region.”
Taking the Ingenuity Studio to host venues across the UK, Emma and her team aim to give a range of young people a taste of what a career in engineering is all about.
Dr Emma Posey
She joined NMiTE from Fairfield High School, Peterchurch, where she taught Computer Science and Design Technology.
Developing new ideas together, learning through prototyping, and engaging with young people are approaches she believes very strongly in.
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Gabriella’s background is in education, business and management consultancy and more recently she has been working as a self-employed photographer.
Gabriella is fascinated by emerging technologies and passionate about inspiring and enabling young bright minds.
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Daisy has joined the team as a Studio Facilitator to run engineering workshops in the Ingenuity Studio.
As a recent electronic engineering graduate, her research focused heavily on antenna technology and energy harvesting for a positive environmental impact.
Thus, her interests lie in the art of problem solving, in particular, with the use of electronic components to develop novel solutions.
She is in her final year of a Design and Innovation degree and has a background in IT software training and technical support.
Kristina will be assisting at Ingenuity Studio with workshops facilitation.
Simon has joined the team as Voluntary Ingenuity Studio Ambassador to help run engineering workshops and advise on engineering solutions.
He is an Experienced Software engineer from industry with an extensive background in all aspects of software and engineering as well as electronics.
His interests also lie in astronomy and archery.
Over the last 35 years Nick has been an Electrician, salesperson, electronics manufacturer, soldering applications engineer, sales engineer and currently a Learning and Development trainer and developer.
Other interest include walking his dog Sully and making a whole lot of sawdust in his shed.
He is a teacher with 37 years’ extensive experience at all levels in education in the West Midlands. John is a published author with a focus on student learning.
John will be working with the Ingenuity Studio with a focus on teaching and learning.
Currently working at the Royal National College for the Blind as the Mathematics teacher.
An ex-electronics engineer in the Royal Navy and Mathematics/Technology teacher since 1993.
Interests include adaptive tech (for visually impaired students), Electronics, Robotics and Space Tech.
Nick has joined the team as Voluntary Studio Ambassador.
Nick works as a software developer. He works with application software for Internet services. Application software is what people use - it is built on Operating System software and OS software is built on hardware.
Nick started working in the IT industry around the time the web was invented.