As part of International Women’s Day 2016, the University is delighted to welcome Susannah Fish, Deputy Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police, to speak about her career. Followed by a networking lunch.
12pm, Wednesday 2 March
In celebration of Women’s History Month 2016, please join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and the Department of American and Canadian Studies for a screening of the award-winning documentary Feminist: Stories From Women’s Liberation, 1963-1970. Filmmaker Jennifer Lee will introduce the film, and afterwards take questions from the audience.
6.30pm, Wednesday 2 March
Tags: Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Department of American and Canadian Studies, feminism, International Women's Day, International Women's Day 2016, Rights and Justice, women, Women's History Month
The Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies presents the annual Tomlinson Memorial Lecture for 2015/16. Kavita Krishnan, Secretary of the All India Progressive Women’s Association, will speak on ‘Violence against women in India: is ‘culture’ the culprit, or structure?’
6pm, Thursday 3 March
Join the School of Pharmacy for a short ice-breaking talk about a female scientist’s career journey followed by group discussions led by Dr Cornelia De Moor, Associate Professor in RNA Biology in the School of Pharmacy.
12pm, Monday 7 March
Join the School of Pharmacy for an inspirational speech that presents a landscape of academic career progression and a vision for developing further research excellence in the University, given by Professor Dame Jessica Corner.
1.30pm, Tuesday 8 March
The University of Nottingham’s Women’s Staff Network presents ‘International Women’s Day: a celebration’. Come along for stalls, refreshments and a taster session of salsa. University of Nottingham staff can find out more about the Women’s Staff Network on their Workspace pages.
5.30pm, Tuesday 8 March
On International Women’s Day 2016, during Women’s History Month, please join us for a dialogue about the refugee crisis.
6.30pm Tuesday 8 March
Tags: Centre for Conflict Rights and Justice, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Centre for the Study of Global Justice, immigration, International Women's Day, International Women's Day 2016, Nottingham Trent University, refugee, Rights and Justice, Women's History Month
The University of Nottingham Chaplaincy present the public lecture, ‘Scars across humanity’ which asks how has violence against women become so prevalent in our society, and can it be overcome?
7pm, Thursday 10 March
Join the School of Pharmacy for an interactive talk that leads you to pre-empt change and develop strategies by gaining support through building a professional network in the pharmacy industry. The speaker will be Tricia Kennerley, Vice President, Director of International Public Affairs, Walgreens Boots Alliance.
12pm, Friday 11 March