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Athena SWAN Support Session

To support our departments working towards Bronze and Silver Athena SWAN awards, these two sessions will provide in-depth help with the different aspects of applying.

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Cavendish Inspiring Women: Claire Malone

Claire Malone (HEP): Fixing the standard model: From the Chemistry lab to the chocolate shop

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Cavendish Inspiring Women: Dr Magdalena Skipper

Dr Magdalena Skipper (Editor-in-Chief, Nature): The Future of Scientific Publishing

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Cavendish Inspiring Women: Dr Richard Staley

Dr Richard Staley (Department of History and Philosophy of Science): Relativity, microphysics and the senses of the sciences

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Future Female Engineers 2017

Analytical? Innovative? Logical? Forward thinking?

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Hinton Lecture 2018

The 2018 flagship Hinton lecture will be delivered by Dame Stephanie Shirley CH DBE FREng.

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Changing Research Culture

Join Jess Wade for this talk on the efforts of the UK physics community with recruitment, progression, and retention of women at all stages of their involvement with physics.

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Give Me Inspiration! The Paradigm Shift with Dame Jocelyn Bell

A series of conversations exploring the individual paths of distinguished professional women who have made it to the top in their own particular ways. How have they found their own solutions to 'life', what tips do they wish they'd been given earlier on, and what might they view, retrospectively, with most pleasure or regret? With Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Professor Dame Athene Donald

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WiE Talk Series: Raia Hadsell, Google DeepMind

As part of the new Inspirational Women in Engineering talk series, we have Raia Hadsell from DeepMind coming to speak about her work. The talk is open to university students and staff of all genders, and will be followed by an interdepartmental Women in Engineering/women@CL social with drinks and canapes. This talk is closed to media, please bring university identification.

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women Lecture: Tackling sexual harassment and sexual violence – what has #MeToo achieved?

An event for Cambridge University staff and students. Join Rachel Krys, Co-Director, End Violence Against Women to discuss current issues around sexual harassment and the challenges that wider cultural attitudes bring to issues of tackling abuse against women and girls.

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Engineering Inspiration: Creating Career Confidence

8th Annual Residential Conference for Women Engineering Students: Creating Career Confidence

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WES Centenary Conference - Celebrating the Past, Transforming the Future

Come along to the Women's Engineering Society centenary conference to boost Continued Professional Development and celebrate 100 years as a leading registered membership organisation supporting women in engineering.

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WellCAM: Positive Thinking and Meditation

A session for Cambridge University staff and students. A 45-minute session providing a brief introduction to meditation and how to access the deep reservoir of positive qualities that are in all of us.

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WellCAM: Come and Sing!

For Cambridge University staff and students.

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WellCAM: Strengthen Your Mind By Strengthening A Relationship - Pilot Session

An event for Cambridge University staff and students. Enhance focus, reduce stress and strengthen resilience. All techniques proven by science. The session will be delivered by Sam Thorogood. He combines proven neuroscience and mindfulness based techniques into useful daily habits.

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Wikipedia Diversithon in Cambridge

Wikipedia is one of the most-used websites in the world, and is an important resource for science. This event will train attendees to contribute to and improve the coverage of notable underrepresented scientists on Wikipedia.

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Annual WiSETI Lecture 2014

12 MARCH 2014 Speaker: Molly Stevens, Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine, Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London. Sponsored by Schlumberger

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Women In Technology Talk: Nancy Pendleton – The Boeing Group

Dr Mukesh Kumar, the Department of Engineering Equality & Diversity Committee Representative, invites you to attend a talk by Nancy Pendleton, Vice President Systems, Support and Analytics BR&T at Boeing – The Boeing Research & Technology Centre in Missouri.

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Women in Engineering Forum

Forum event to mark the "International Women in Engineering Day"

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Finishing Up and Moving On: FUMO (Engineering)

This workshop is intended for postgraduate students who are between 6-12 months from submission. It is designed to equip participants with skills to finish their PhD successfully and move on to the next stage of their careers with a deeper understanding of their own career goals. It also aims to provide participants with the ability to clearly articulate their potential contribution to prospective employers.

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"Growing Together" conference dedicated to women's leadership

"Growing Together" conference dedicated to women's leadership on 17 June at Cambridge Judge Business School

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Success: is it all in the mind?

Success: is it all in the mind? A panel discussion on women in science.

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The Industrial Strategy: Women in Under-Represented Sectors

In 2017, the Women and Work All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) will focus on the Government's industrial strategy, and making it work for women. The industrial strategy identified investment in science, research and innovation as a key driver for growth across the UK. Yet women are under-represented in the STEM sector and those who work in STEM fields face constant bias against them.

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Get Connected: WES Annual Conference 2017

This year's WES Annual Conference is all about enriching careers through connection and planning. We will explore ways for taking charge of your career and planning for the future, and empowering yourself and others.

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Annual WiSETI Lecture - My Mum's a Scientist

ANNUAL WiSETI LECTURE - MY MUM'S A SCIENTIST E&D, University of Cambridge Tuesday, 12 March 2013 from 17:00 to 18:00 (GMT) Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Black researchers shaping the future

Oct 12, 2018

Dr Alexander Komashie explores coming to Cambridge, inspiration and motivation in as part of the UK's Black History Month.

Cambridge Alumna and Conservation Engineer makes 'Top 50 Women in Engineering' list

Jun 29, 2018

Nicola Grahamslaw, a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and graduate of St Catharine’s College (2008) has been named by The Telegraph as one of 2018's ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering’.

INWED18 at the Engineering Department

Jun 22, 2018

The Engineering Department at the University of Cambridge celebrates INWED18