International Women's Day: Balance for Better, Lecture Theatre B, Wednesday, 06. March 2019






Join us as Dr Jess Wade, scientist and equality campaigner, visits The University of Manchester to give a public talk as part of our International Women’s Day celebrations.
Jess tirelessly campaigns for gender equality, whether through redressing Wikipedia’s under-representation of women in STEM subjects or using social media (@jesswade) to challenge the science gender gap, whilst working as a Research Associate at Imperial College London.
Jess will be discussing gender balance, why it is important and why we need to keep talking about equality.
This is a free event, open to everyone.
The talk will take place in Lecture Theatre B, University Place, followed by networking over coffee and cake in University Place foyer.
Programme:
13:00-14:00 - Key note speech by Dr Jess Wade, followed by Q&A
14:00-15:00 - Coffee and cake
Please register for this free event via Eventbrite.


Disabled access information is here.

Please direct any enquiries to srbmh@.

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Booking details to follow.





Wednesday, 06. March 2019, Lecture Theatre B, International Women's Day: Balance for Better

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