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The Gender Equality Team across the Faculty have collaborated to organise a Programme of Events and Initiatives for Staff and Students at Queen's
Our colleagues in the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences collaborated with the School of Nursing and Midwifery to organise three training sessions, provided by Transgender NI for QUB Staff and Students.
A virtual panel discussion hosted by the Gender Equality Committee, SMDBS with representation from People and Culture, contribution from SMDBS Academic Staff (Research and Education) and PhD representation.
Join Biological Sciences on Friday 6 March at 1.00 pm for an exciting range of activities in celebration of International Women's Day 2020!
2020 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Programme
The School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences Gender Equality Committee launched a Man Box Appeal on International Men's Day 2019, for the collection of essential items for men affected by homelessness in Northern Ireland.
Some of the extremely talented Staff in the School of Biological Sciences treated their fellow colleagues and students to a fantastic showcase of their hobbies and interests 'outside the lab' in celebration of International Men's Day 2019.
The SMDBS held a number of events in celebration of International Men's Day 2019 including a Workshop by Etain O'Kane from Therapy Belfast and a 'Drum Circle' facilitated by Joe Loughlin from 'The Gathering Drum'.
Transformative Film-Making and Mental Health - An event in celebration of International Men's Day and the 20th Anniversary of 'esc films'
The School of Biological Sciences, our Athena SWAN Gold Award recipients, were delighted to welcome Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell as their distinguished guest and keynote speaker for this event.
Career talk by distinguished guest, Professor Clare Collins, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia:
Global Health Seminar by Dr Neil Kennedy, Acting Director, Centre for Medical Education and James Durkan, 4th Year Medical Student