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LGBT+ History Month

February is LGBT+ History Month. The 2024 theme celebrates LGBT+ peoples’ contribution to the field of Medicine and Healthcare both historically and today. As well as celebrating at the University of Lincoln, with our programme of events including workshops, talks and an exhibition, Lincoln staff and students are also invited to join the Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust events.

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26 Oct  | Diversity & Inclusion | Lincoln News

LGBTQ+ Inclusion in STEM

The Eleanor Glanville Institute and the California Academy of Sciences have received funding from the Royal Society of Chemistry and the UK Science and Innovation Network in the USA to carry out research into LGBTQ+ inclusion in STEM. The project will launch its international Climate Survey on 9 November 2023 at the 13th Annual oSTEM conference in Anaheim, CA, USA. The UK launch will take place at the Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London on 20 November 2023

Multicoloured abstract painting - swirling colours
09 Jan  | Lincoln News

Launching the disability-inclusion institutional framework (diif)

Disability inclusion is a key priority for higher education, but it is too often seen as the poor relation in the inclusion agenda. With this in mind, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Disability-Inclusion Institutional Framework (DIIF) developed by Professor Carol Evans (University of Southampton) and Dr Xiaotong Zhu (EGI) following extensive research into key issues impacting disabled student and staff access and equal opportunities to do well within the higher education context

Rainbow made of coloured sequins
04 Aug  | LGBT+ Equality | Call to Action | Lincoln News

Lincoln Pride Parade 2022

The University of Lincoln, the Eleanor Glanville Institute, and the Students’ Union are proudly sponsoring and supporting Lincoln Pride 2022. "We want to welcome everyone to come and take part in the Parade – it is an opportunity to represent the University and Student’s Union, celebrate your pride and be proud of yourself. Pride is a great time to express your identity and to celebrate and support family, friends and colleagues. I hope to see lots of faces from the University and Student’s Union there!" Prof Duncan French, the University’s Senior LGBT+ Champion

women's faces from multi ethnicities in a row
05 Apr  | Guest Blog | Lincoln News | Women in Leadership

Pioneer Role Models and Influential International Women in STEM

Dr Amira Elnokaly, from the Lincoln School of Architecture and the Built Environment, reflects on her career journey and the challenges she has faced as a woman in STEM. Interviewed for International Women's Day as a Pioneer Role Model and an Influential Woman in Science, Amira shares her thoughts and hopes for a future that is more inclusive, safe and sustainable

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20 Dec  | Diversity & Inclusion | Lincoln News

New on-line writing retreat for women at Lincoln to start in 2022

The gendered nature of caregiving means that women have borne the brunt of childcare and home-schooling during the pandemic, following the closure of schools and nurseries. This has had a measurable and significant impact on their research productivity. A disproportionate drop in women’s authorship of papers and initiation of projects was noticed rapidly in lockdown, and more recent studies, taking account of the lead time for research publication, have shown that this trend is sustained

Rainbow painted face
16 Dec  | Diversity & Inclusion | Lincoln News

New LGBTQ+ online inclusivity toolkit

According to leading charity Stonewall, 1 in 5 LGBTQ+ individuals have been the victim of hate crime. Online social networking sites generate further opportunities for abuse. They are particularly harmful in the current context of widespread physical distancing and greater reliance on the Internet for work and life. Dr Rachela Colosi and Dr Nick Cowen from the School of Social and Political Sciences at UoL and Dr Megan Todd from UCLan have developed a toolkit for internet users to identify, challenge and prevent online abuse

A black man in dinner jacket at awards ceremony
17 Nov  | Lincoln News

Celebrating Success 2021

We are thrilled to announce that Musiiwa (Moss) Takavarasha has received the LCHS Celebrating Success 2021 Staff Award in the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion category. Moss, a registered nurse in the Lincolnshire Community Health Services (LCHS) NHS Trust, set up the Lincolnshire SWANS (Staff Wellbeing and Networks Study) to explore the issues surrounding race, access and belonging during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. This research now forms the cornerstone of his PhD within the EGC. Great news Moss!

Headshot of black woman in announcement advert. Winner of the Director of the Year Award
09 Nov  | Guest Blog | Lincoln News

Sue Liburd MBE wins Director of the Year Award 2021 for EDI

We are delighted to celebrate with Sue as she receives the Institute of Directors (IOD) Director of the Year Award 2021 for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (Midlands Region). Sue champions diversity and inclusion in all that she does, promoting the importance and understanding of intersectionality and equality as a driver for business success. She is a consulting partner at the EGC and also one of our PhD students. Well done Sue!