Sunday 8th March, 10am -10pm
A day filled with talks, performances, music, poetry, debates, workshops, speed mentoring, activities for children and families, and more – all celebrating the achievements of women and girls worldwide and tackling challenges along the way.
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APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
Four outstanding female post-doctoral scientists in the UK or Ireland will be granted a fellowship worth £15,000 each. The finalists will be selected by a panel of eminent scientists chaired by Professor Pratibha Gai, including Professor John Pethica FRS and Professor Anne Glover. Entries can be made at www.womeninscience.co.uk.
The Athena SWAN awards recognise and celebrate good practice in recruiting, retaining and promoting women in SET within Higher Education. Athena SWAN awards are available at University and Departmental levels. The clinical school is proud to say that it holds a silver award.
The project involves the whole School, which has 12 Departments and 4 Institutes. Each Department and Institute has identified one or more Equality Champions who are liaising with departmental administrators to disseminate Athena practices and information.
The Cambridge Pint of Science team is looking for computer scientists, statisticians, biologists and other types of scientist to join…
The Social Mobility Foundation is looking for mentors for students aged 16-17 who are in their first year of A-levels.…
The Royal Society’s Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship scheme is now open for applications (closing date 12 Jan 2015). This scheme is for outstanding…