Promoting Gender Equality in Research and Innovation

promoting gender equality in research and innovation

Interested in gender equality and diversity in research? Interested in the impact of science, entrepreneurship and innovation in international engagement? Come along to our panel discussion event!

We are delighted to announce a tremendous collaboration between St Anne’s College, the SIU and OxFEST to discuss and promote gender equality and diversity in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine).

Speakers will discuss the status and future of women in STEMM, the key findings of Elsevier’s report: Gender in the Global Research Landscape, as well as the importance of developing entrepreneurial skills to undertake initiatives like the African Science Academy, a girls science and technology school based in Ghana.

Join us to discuss your experience, challenges and how we can encourage and develop
equality, diversity and inclusivity in STEMM.


17:50-18:00 Registration
18:00-18:10 Introduction by Helen King (St Anne’s College Principal)
18:10-18:30 Professor Helen Christian (DPAG Director of Graduate Studies and academic lead for the Athena SWAN team)
18:30-18:50 Kate Hibbert (Market Intelligence Manager at Elsevier)
18:50-19:10 Tom Ilube CBE (Tom Ilube CBE is a technology entrepreneur and educational philanthropist)
19:10-19:30 Q&A Panel Discussion
19:30-20:30 Drinks/Networking

As always, this event is free and open to the public!

Please register here.


Public Engagement with Research

Audience: Open to all