This coming Wednesday (04/03/20), Imperial College London is hosting a Women in STEM Wikithon, jointly organised by the Women’s Engineering Society, the Wellcome Collection and the IET, aimed at celebrating and promoting the work of Women in STEM on Wikipedia.
Athena Hack is the largest all woman/non-binary hackathon in the UK. It will take place at Imperial College 18th-19th April 2020. It’s open to anyone 18+ who identifies as a woman or non-binary. Registration is completely free and students who study
Date: 11th May 2016 Time: 6pm Room: Fogg Lecture Theatre, Mile End Campus The movie is 80 minutes long and will be followed by a discussion. There is also going to be wine and nibbles, so please RSVP so that
Source: nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld The Women in the World (@WomenintheWorld, #witw) Summit, executive-produced by Kyle Gibson, presents “vivid journalistic narratives, stirring videos, and provocative discussions” to showcase for women of impact—and the men who champion them.
The inaugural CignetS Athena SWAN for Computer Science workshop will take place at the British Computer Society Headquarters on the 1st Floor of the Davidson Building (5 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA) from 10am to 4pm on Monday, 1 December
A G.Hack team will give a workshop on how to hack a Web Audio API straight through the Google Chrome web browser to make a sound map of Centre Pompidou in Paris as part of the Music Tech Fest. The
The QMUL IEEE Women in Engineering & IEEE Student Branch Committee presents an evening for all the undergraduate and postgraduate students to get involved in IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronic) activities at QMUL. We have a zestful IEEE student
Reasons for the glass cliff as given by women vs. men (Ryan, Haslam & Postmes 2007). Today’s talk by Professor Michelle Ryan of the University of Exeter at the Fogg Lecture Theatre on the glass cliff led to the following
From The Glass Cliff project website (psychology.exeter.ac.uk/research/glasscliff): “Extending the metaphor of the glass ceiling, the glass cliff describes the phenomenon whereby individuals belonging to particular groups are more likely to be found in leadership positions that are associated with a
Old Library (Whitechapel Campus) on Monday 20 October 2014 at 12.45-14.30 (formal talks and discussion 13.00-14.00). Description: Geographical movement to another country in the name of academic pursuits inevitably presents with hurdles. This forum is intended to highlight some of