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Collaborating for gender equality in STEM

Conference on collaborating for gender equality in STEM at Murray Edwards College.
When May 09, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 05:30 PM
Where Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK
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Join professionals, non-profits, academics, and students to address barriers and solutions to women’s participation in STEM.

This conference aims to connect, challenge, and inspire by discussing key issues and presenting the latest research. The day’s events include a series of talks by experts, skill-building workshops, catered lunch, and networking opportunities.

At this conference you will have the opportunity to:

  • Hear presentations by academic and professional experts
  • Learn practical tools and skills in workshops
  • Meet and connect with others committed to addressing gender inequality
  • Build your network and go home with a contact list of other experts and stakeholders

Confirmed speakers and facilitators include:

  • Dame Barbara Stocking DBE, President of Murray Edwards College
  • Prof. Michelle Ryan, Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology at the University of Exeter
  • Dr. Jill Armstrong, Research Associate at Murray Edwards College
  • Good Lad Initiative

Registration fee £10 - catered lunch and coffee breaks included.

Find more information and register to attend here. Postdocs are entitled to the reduced rate, this just means selecting the 'student' rather than 'regular' option when applying.

 

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