Recognising Advancement of Gender Equality
The School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen’s University Belfast is committed to the Athena SWAN Charter and underpinning beliefs.Our aims
Find Out More About the GEC Self Assessment Team
The GEC Self-Assessment team (SAT) has female and male members representing students, postdocs, clerical, technical and academic staff.Find out more
The Juno award from the UK Institute of Physics (IOP) recognises University Physics departments who are working to develop an equitable working culture in which all students and staff, men and women, can achieve their full potential. The School has held "Juno Champion" status since 2014.
Congratulations to Sinead for winning 1st place in the PGR category, Fazya for being runner up in the PGR category and Yogesh for being runner up in the PGT category in the Queen's University Belfast Athena SWAN poster competition.
Students across the University where asked students to design a poster to showcase a woman who inspired them.
The competition had a significant number of entries and the judging panel were very impressed with the standard of entries:
There were lots of fantastic entries reflective of women across the county globe, some in the public eye and those closer to home. It was a wonderful and poignant reminder that inspirational women can be found everywhere. The judges’ choice of winners and runners-up exhibited strong compositions, were extremely well executed, and presented in unique styles. Thank you to everyone for taking part and getting involved and showcasing such diverse and incredible women.
Yassin Brunger, Joe Butterfield, Erin Davidson & Aaron Maule
Further information and to view the posters, see below:
This International Women's Day, 8th March 2021, we are inviting you to the launch of a cross-faculty innovation event for female students of all the schools in Faculty Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS).
The EPS faculty is made up of the schools of Electrical and Electronic engineering and Computer Science, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Natural and Built Environment, Mathematics and Physics and Psychology.
The theme, "Building Good Together", aims to challenge teams of female students across the school disciplines to work together to make the world a better place during a competition event over 2 days on Monday 29th March and Tuesday 30th March. Come join us on launch day for an opportunity to meet and chat, play a few games and have some fun! You will find out more about the competition and we'll let you know how to sign up if you are interested in participating.
Several prizes up to £375 per group will be available for the winning teams at the final event on Tuesday 30th March.
There will be guests speakers from Enterprise SU and we will be celebrating International Womens Day, there will be a quiz and we will have the opportunity to meet and chat with fellow students.
Sign up here.