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Latest25 Jan | Celebration month | Lincoln News

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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16 Jun  | Diversity & Inclusion | Lincoln News

New research degrees in equality, diversity and inclusion

Understanding the attitudes and behaviours that underpin our culture and define the environments within which we live and work, can help us reduce the inequalities that are so prevalent in societies and communities across the world. The Eleanor Glanville Centre announces two new research degree programmes in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

26 Feb  | Lincoln News

A new policy on gender-based violence

Since the first research on the prevalence of domestic and sexual violence across UK universities by the National Union of Students (2010), there has been an increasing focus on these issues within university communities. The University of Lincoln has recently launched a new policy on gender-based violence for both staff and students.

06 Jan  | Diversity & Inclusion | Lincoln News

New programme to build EDI research at Lincoln

The EGC is the University of Lincoln’s interdisciplinary centre for equality, diversity and inclusion, that merges equality mandates and innovation with research that explores issues of, and connections between, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, class and disability, with a core commitment to facilitate and develop research that focuses on the fundamental issues facing society today.

Mariona and family in Hawaii
07 Jan  | Guest Blog | Lincoln News

Science research with the family in tow

Like many working in science, Dr Mariona Segura Noguera's scientific career has always been intertwined with her personal life. Travelling to Hawai'i to carry out research at the Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology, poses a number of family challenges...

Dr Sara Kyne with two female colleagues
24 Oct  | Guest Blog | Lincoln News

Women in Chemistry at the University of Belgrade, Serbia

The Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Belgrade is exceptional amongst STEMM departments with more than 50% female academic staff. As part of their activities to promote women in chemistry, the Faculty invited three international female chemists to give a research lecture at the University in September/October 2018.

Professor Jacqui Briggs
21 Aug  | Lincoln News | Women in Politics

Sadly missed

With great sadness, we celebrate the life and achievements of Professor Jacqui Briggs, Director (Social Science) of the Eleanor Glanville Centre, who passed away unexpectedly on 3rd July

Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor
04 Jun  | Lincoln News | Women in Leadership

Professor Mary Stuart honoured with CBE

Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, has been awarded an Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE).