An innovative approach to improving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

In the last of our interviews with key speakers who are presenting at SEC 11th -12th October 2018, Professor Belinda Colston, University of Lincoln, discusses how the ‘ASPIRE project’ is offering an innovative approach to improving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.   Professor Belinda Colston is a chemist and has been in academia for 30 years. … Continued

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How Women’s Work Institute is connecting the dots in organisations between equality, effectiveness and profitability

  In the sixth of our interviews with key speakers who are presenting at SEC 11th -12th October 2018, Anna Dewar Gully and Dr Kristen Liesch discuss the work Women’s Work Institute is doing to connect the dots in organisations between equality, effectiveness and profitability. Anna Dewar Gully is an organisational strategist, women’s equity expert and founder … Continued

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How developing a faculty-led approach is key to addressing diversity in STEM

  In the fourth of our interviews with key speakers who are presenting at SEC 11th -12th October 2018, Professor Beth Olivares discusses how faculty-led STEM experiences and mentor programmes at the University of Rochester are key to increasing diversity in STEM. Professor Beth Olivares is currently Dean for Diversity, the founding Executive Director of … Continued

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How the Engendering STEM project is providing impactful solutions and tools to support STEM focused SMEs in developing inclusive workplace practices

In the third of our interviews with key speakers who are presenting at SEC 11th -12th October 2018, Douglas Morrison discusses his work at City of Glasgow College helping to support STEM focused SME’s develop inclusive workplace practices via the Erasmus+ funded Engendering STEM project. Biography  Douglas Morrison is an experienced educator with a demonstrated … Continued

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Seeing Intersectionality through the lens of Compassion

Dr Kathryn Waddington

  In the first of our interviews with key speakers who are presenting at SEC 11th -12th October 2018, Kathryn Waddington and Deborah Husbands discuss the importance of compassion in respect of intersectionality and the urgent requirement to stop ‘fixing’ people and concentrate on ‘fixing’ our institutions. Kathryn Waddington is a Reader in Psychology at … Continued

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