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Hillary Rodham Clinton Chair of Women’s History Roundtable Discussion: ‘Women’s history: the future’

On 26 October 2021, five leading historians of women, gender and sexuality gathered to discuss women’s history at the University and shared their vision for the next 30 years.

Announcing the first Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture

The University of Oxford is delighted to announce the inaugural Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture, to be given by Maggi Hambling CBE on Wednesday 17 November.

COVID-19 Scholarship Extensions Fund – 5th round now open

The 5th round of applications for the COVID-19 Scholarship Extensions Fund (CSEF) is now open, providing funding extensions for postgraduate research students most affected by the pandemic.

Menopause at Work

New pages launched by Division to raise awareness of Menopause and to provide guidance for line managers

Launch of The transformed UK Athena Swan Charter

We are delighted to announce that  transformed UK Athena Swan Charter has arrived.    The new framework is ready for new and existing members to use from the 30 June 2021 onwards. Alternatively, members may continue to apply under the post-May 2015 framework until November 2022.

University Staff Experience Survey

The University’s 2021 survey ran from 27 April to 18 May and was completed by 8,547 individuals, a response rate of 59%.

Inclusive Meetings and Office Practice

People and Organisational Development (POD) have developed two new documents to support staff and students in inclusive meetings and office practice.

Professional Services Mentoring Pilot

The Professional Services mentoring pilot has been launched by the Focus on People programme (FoP) to provide an opportunity for mentors and mentees to form mentoring partnerships within and across professional services.

How to take pride in your LGBT+ Employees Webinar Series

Pearn Kandola are running a free webinar series for the week commencing 21st June 2021, to contribute to Pride Month 2021, which takes an in-depth look into the ongoing movement towards equality for the LGBT+ community. Each webinar is 45 minutes in length, from 9.15am -10am each week day.

Funding opportunities for researchers affected by the pandemic

Two new funding schemes have launched that aim to support researchers whose research and career have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gender Pay Gap: 2021 report

The University has just published its fourth gender pay gap report.

University Staff Experience Survey

The University’s Staff Experience Survey is an important opportunity for you to tell us what you value about working at Oxford and where you would like to see improvements.

Student Survey

NDM launched a Student Survey at the same time as the University Staff Experience Survey, on 27 April, and it will be open for responses until 18 May. It is very important to us that we capture the experiences and opinions of our students.

Women Making History: Shaping Oxford's Next Century: A panel discussion and Q&A

Professor Rebecca Surender, Chair of the Oxford Women’s Centenary Committee, invites you to attend a special event on Wednesday 19 May 5-6.30pm in the Sheldonian Theatre.

The Oxford Annual Disability Lecture

The Oxford Annual Disability Lecture will be held online on 24th May 2021 at 18:00 and will be presented by Dr Hamied Haroon, a neuroscientist from the University of Manchester.

Big talk, little progress: Gender equality in organisations and how to make it a reality - webinar series

Pearn Kandola have launched a free Webinar Series this week, in recognition of International Women’s Day, looking at gender equality in organisations and how to make it a reality.

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Seminar Series

"Seeing things differently - A personal perspective on being disabled and trans"

100 Women of Oxford Medical Sciences.

100 years since women were admitted as full members of the University of Oxford, women now hold vital posts at all levels of this institution.

Racial inequality and privilege in science and academia

All staff and students are invited to the first of a three-part webinar series, which aims to educate, explore and inform action on racial inequality and privilege in science and academia, taking place on Friday 12th February from 12pm until 1.15pm on Zoom.

Women Making History: the Centenary timeline

Did you know that in 2019 – almost 100 years after women students were accepted as full members of the University – the share of female undergraduate students at Oxford University equalled that of men for the first time?

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