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Women@Liverpool Network Launch

1:00pm - 3:00pm / Wednesday 8th March 2023 / Venue: Seminar Room 4 Sherrington Building
Type: Networking Event / Category: Department
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Please join us for the launch of a new University academic women's* network. The first event will be an introduction and a chance to hear career journey stories from a panel of women professors. More details and a link to book places can be found on the Eventbrite link provided.

Staff interested in joining the network are also asked to complete this short survey which will help shape the network Network Survey

Women@Liverpool will be initially centred around a programme of events for academic women to come together across disciplines and career-stages to share experiences, develop reciprocal support and facilitate action on issues of gender and intersectionality in relation to navigating the academy and building an academic career.

*The network welcomes trans and non-binary academic colleagues who are comfortable in women-centred settings. As this network will focus on navigating academic careers, it is primarily for academic women, but all professional services colleagues are also welcome.