The 2015 Daphne Jackson Trust Research Conference will showcase Fellows' research, provoke discussion and provide networking opportunities that will highlight the impact Daphne Jackson Fellowships have in supporting returners to STEM. Daphne Jackson Trust Fellows are returning to research across a spectrum of science and engineering disciplines, and the conference will reflect this diversity with oral and poster presentations from more than 40 Daphne Jackson Fellows. The programme for the day can be found at here.
Throughout the day delegates will have the opportunity to network with Fellowship sponsors, supervisors, former and current Fellows, Trust staff and other supporters. The conference represents a unique opportunity to meet a large number of current and former Daphne Jackson Fellows, as well as the Trust's staff. If you wish to attend please email.
Bringing education and subject specialists together with social scientists, psychologists and neuroscientists, the conference aims to start a discussion about current research into gender and education. The conference, chaired by Dame Barbara Stocking, will open with an introduction from Caroline Dinenage, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Women, Equalities and Family Justice at the Ministry of Justice and the launch of our Open Doors guide. Register via the following link and for more information you can visit the website.
This briefing will address gaps in our understanding of gender equality issues within the N.I. public sector. The seminar will examine strategic issues surrounding gender equality and argue that responsibility must rest at the top of organisations. There is no fee payable for this event. Breakfast will be available at the start of the session. Click here to reserve a place.
Ada Lovelace Day is an international day which was initially set up in 2009 to encourage people to write about women in technology they admired. Today it has been further developed so that it now provides a means for recognition of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The annual Ada Lovelace Day falls on 13 October this year. To find out additional information, please click here.
Cambridge AWISE is a network providing regular networking opportunities and information for women in science, engineering and technology careers both within industry and academia. It is provides information for women considering returning to a career within these areas following a break. For additional information, please click here.
The London Mathematical Society organises the Women in Mathematics Day annually to provide a networking opportunity for female mathematicians. The day consists of presentations from women at different stages of their career, a poster session aimed at those in an early stage of their research career and also a forum for discussion purposes. The Head of School funds a number of bursaries for PhD students, PDRAs or academic staff to attend the Women in Maths Event organised each year by the LMS. This year, three PhD students in Maths/Statistics attended the two day event held in Cambridge. For additional information, please click here.