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1:15pm

CANCELLED Creating the ideal workplace for women researchers in STEM
    Thursday July 12, 2012 1:15pm - 2:45pm @ Liffey Hall 1

    We regret that this session has been cancelled and will no longer be taking place.

     

    The gender balance in research in science, technology, engineering and maths is a concern across Europe. The numbers of women are low, and few hold senior positions.

    Join us for this lively discussion and speaker session, which aims to generate a vision of the research environment that will enable women to participate and progress equally alongside their male colleagues. The benefits of this diverse and thriving research workforce will be set out.

    The empowerment of decision makers, organisational structures, career progression, development and support, and work-life balance will all be up for debate.

    Four expert speakers will share their visions of a gender-balanced future in STEM research and identify strategies to transform. The speakers will also outline the INTEGER Project, an EC FP7-funded initiative focussing on women researchers in STEM.

    The session will be chaired by Ronan O’Beirne, Director for Learning Development and Research at Bradford College (UK). There will be an emphasis on audience participation through hand held voting, open discussion and feedback.



    Speakers
    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

    Graduate and Post-doctoral Skills Development Officer, Depar…

    Šiauliai Universitetas, Lithuania

    Bradford College, UK


    Type Careers Programme, The 21st Century Researcher
    Host Organization Bradford College, UK
  • Organiser Ruth Wilson
  • Tags CP3
 




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