Athena Swan

Athena Swan promotes and supports the diversity of all staff in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and aims to address gender, race and sexual orientation inequalities and imbalance in these disciplines and, in particular, the under-representation of certain groups in senior roles.

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

University of Oxford Females in STEM will host its 5th Annual Conference

The University of Oxford Females in Engineering, Science and Technology will host its 5th Annual Conference for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Women in STEM. There are still some places left to attend the conference and so we ask that you please advertise the conference among your students and encourage them to apply. 

The day will be packed full with a stimulating range of talks, interactive workshops and a panel discussion all centred on which career options are available for you as an undergraduate or a young researcher, what steps to take next and how to maximise your potential and achieve your career goals within STEM. There will also be plenty of opportunities to network and share and discuss experiences with both peers and STEM’s most prominent figures.

This event promises to be filled with exciting activities that will open your eyes to the range of roles of women in the scientific world and will present an exciting opportunity for you to be inspired, acquire vital skills, widen your network of connections and be motivated to go out and pursue your goals and careers.

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