Dorothée Pullinger’s family visit hosted by UWS to review the plaque designs to commemorate her acheivements

  • Kosmala, K. (Speaker)
  • Dr Nina Baker (Participant)
  • Donna McMillan (Host)
  • Carl Schaschke (Speaker)
  • Dominic Elliott (Participant)
  • Ilona Koscieja (Participant)
  • Viza, E. (Participant)
  • Yvette Le Couvey (Visitor)
  • Miya le Couvey (Visitor)
  • James McDonald (Visitor)

Activity: OtherTypes of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition


The family of Dorothée Pullinger visited Glasgow on the 19th June to open the new exhibition on her work at the Riverside Museum. Due to Dorothée’s connection to Paisley and legacy in engineering, UWS will be unveiling a plaque to mark her considerable achievements in engineering and entrepreneurship in the near future. As Professor Katarzyna Kosmala’s research project focuses on Dorothée Pullinger’s career and the history of engineering, she invited the family to UWS for an informal lunch and opportunity to meet with staff working on the project. The family are eager to see the plaque design, as well as learn more about Professor Katarzyna Kosmala’s research project.
Period19 Jun 2019
Held atGlasgow Museum of Transport, Glasgow Life: Glasgow Museums, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational


  • Heritage
  • women in history
  • Commemoration
  • engineering
  • Future