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Latest26 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

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Phorograph of Dr Sundari Anitha
12 Apr  | Diversity & Inclusion | Race equality | Gender Equality | Lincoln News | Women in Politics

Dr Sundari Anitha: Striking Women

Dr Sundari Anitha from the School of Social and Political Sciences has co-authored a new book, ‘Striking Women: Struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet’ with economist Ruth Pearson, from the University of Leeds.

06 Nov  | Lincoln News | Women in Science

Europe’s top honour in cultural heritage

A conservation project at Cromford Mills World Heritage Site, where Professor Belinda Colston has been working with the Arkwight Society, has been recognised with the Europa Nostra Award 2017.

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31 Oct  | Gender Equality | Lincoln News | Women in Science

What is it like to be a woman in stemm?

Dr Mereith Nash, Glanville Scholar 2017, shares insights from her recent research - Gender bias, sexual harassment, and the myth of meritocracy