The University was successful in achieving the three Athena SWAN awards we applied for in November 2012.
Congratulations to the School of Chemistry in acheieving Scotlands' first ever Athena SWAN Gold Award.
The revised draft Regulations for Scotland have now been approved by the Scottish Parliament and will come into force on 27 May 2012 (announced 25 May 2012).
The Roslin Institute received Athena SWAN Bronze Award for its efforts, over and above University policy, to promote gender equality.
View the video of the very successful International Women's Day Lecture by Dr Philippa Gregory, Best Selling Authour, held on 8th March 2012.
The University of Edinburgh commits to working with ‘see me’ to challenge stigma and discrimination around mental health issues.
Design for Diversity - ECA leads the way. An Emotionally Considerate Design demonstrates new methods of fashion & Design for diversity of body image.
Congratulations to Biomedcial Sciences on acheiving an Athena SWAN Silver Award.
The latest Equality and Diversity Research and Monitoring Committee (EDMARC) report is now available to view on line.
View the video of the very successful International Women's Day Lecture by Dr Irene Khan, International Human Rights expert and former Secretary General, Amnesty International, held on 8th March 2011.
They were among the heroes of the World Wars, who sacrificed their lives while trying to ease the suffering of others.
Women produce fewer papers than men over a lifetime and are still scarce in senior positions, especially in science.
Congratulations to the School of Physics and Astronomy which has been awarded “Juno Practitioner” status by the Institute of Physics (IoP).
Employers' Forum on Disability (EFD) is the world's leading employers' organisation focused on disability.
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This article was published on Apr 25, 2013