International Women's Day 2021

International Women's Day celebrates the achievements of women and marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Despite huge changes and efforts made to improve gender equality in academia in recent decades, women are still underrepresented and many feel undervalued and looked down on. According to the World Economic Forum, sadly none of us will see gender parity in our lifetimes, and nor likely will many of our children. Gender parity will not be attained for almost a century1

A lot more work still needs to be done but we would like to celebrate the progress made so far and showcase the achievements of women in science in our School.

Holly Edwards Holly Edwards

Holly Edwards

Physics

Marianna Pateli Marianna Pateli

Marianna Pateli

Chemistry

Smitha Maretvadakethope Smitha Maretvadakethope

Smitha Maretvadakethope

Mathematical Sciences

Nancy Mohamed Elbaz Nancy Mohamed Elbaz 684x355

Nancy Mohamed Elbaz

Chemistry

Alice Rizzardo Alice Rizzardo

Alice Rizzardo

Mathematical Sciences

Eva Vilella-Figueras Eva Vilella-Figueras

Eva Vilella-Figueras

Physics

Leanne Jones Leanne Jones 684x355

Leanne Jones

Physics

Tania Gricel Benitez Lopez Tania Gricel Benitez Lopez

Tania Gricel Benitez Lopez

Mathematical Sciences

Olivia Voyce Olivia Voyce 684x355

Olivia Voyce

Physics

Rachel Bearon Rachel Bearon 684x355

Rachel Bearon

Mathematical Sciences

Monica D'Onofrio Monica D'Onofrio

Monica D'Onofrio

Physics

Corina Constantinescu Corina Constantinescu 684x355

Corina Constantinescu

Mathematical Sciences

Gloria de Sa Pereira Glória de Sá Pereira 684x355

Glória de Sá Pereira

Physics

Kamila Zychaluk Kamila Zychaluk 684x355

Kamila Zychaluk

Mathematical Sciences

Hannah Brown Hannah Brown 684x355

Hannah Brown

Physics

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