The Athena SWAN Charter recognises and celebrates good employment practice for women working in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM); and from arts, humanities, social sciences, business and law (AHSSBL), in professional and support roles, and for trans staff and students; in higher education and research. The University joined the Athena SWAN charter in 2009 and was recognised with an Institutional Silver award in 2016.
On this webpage you will find information about the Athena SWAN project across the University. Questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athena SWAN Awards
|Institute of Ageing & Chronic Disease||Silver (R)||2017||Link|
|Institute of Clinical Sciences**||Bronze (R)||2017||Link|
|Institute of Infection & Global Health||Silver||2016||Link|
|Institute of Integrative Biology||Gold||2017||Link|
|Institute of Life & Human Sciences**||Bronze (R)||2017||Link|
|Institute of Psychology, Health & Society||Silver||2015||Link|
|Institute of Translational Medicine||Silver (R)||2016||Link|
|Institute of Veterinary Sciences**||Bronze (R)||2017||Link|
|School of the Arts||-|
|School of Histories, Languages & Cultures||-|
|School of Law & Social Justice||-|
|School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Computer Science||Bronze||2014||Link|
|School of Engineering||Bronze (R)||2017||Link|
|School of Environmental Sciences||Bronze||2015||Link|
|School of Physical Sciences||Silver||2016||Link|
** Joint award.
Networks and Groups
There are a number of networks and groups at the University which promote and celebrate women in STEM subjects. These include: