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Societies and Athena SWAN

Athena SWAN has been recognised by the following organisations as an award to help increase diversity amongst the workforce.

Royal Geographical Society

London Mathematical Society - Women in Mathematics:

The Royal Society of Chemistry:

The Royal Society -

The Royal Society of Edinburgh - 

The Young Academy of Scotland good practice booklet created by 3 female St Andrews academicsAcademic Women Now: Experiences of mid-career academic women in Scotland (2016) (PDF, 4,218 KB)

 

The Young Academy of Scotland's eighth meeting relating to Athena SWAN is being held at the University of St Andrews.

"Strategies to address inequalities in the workplace", 6 March 2013, from 3pm to 5pm, Lower College Hall, open to members and relevant University staff by invitation, Organiser Dr Ineke De Moortel speakers:

Prof Eleanor Campbell, FRS – Head of School of Chemistry Edinburgh, awarded Athena SWAN Gold

Prof Verity Brown, FRSE – Head of School of Psychology St Andrews 

Arlene McConnell, YAS – Selex Galileo, ‘Tapping All Our Talents’ 

Linda Somerville – Manager of Scottish Resource Centre for Women in SET 

Elaine Murray, MSP (TBC) – Shadow Minister for Housing and Transport, Convenor of the Cross-Party Group in the Scottish Parliament on SET

 

To attend please email Dr Ineke De Moortel (School of Mathematics and Statistics): idm2@st-andrews.ac.uk

Download Agenda: RSE YAS St Andrews Event 6 Mar 2013 (PDF, 101 KB)

Online info: http://www.youngacademyofscotland.org.uk/

Women in STEM 2012 report, strategically recognised by the Scottish Government and the SFC: RSE Tapping all our Talents (PDF, 2,004 KB)

  

 

 

 

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