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SEARCH FOR YOUNG FILMMAKING TALENT LAUNCHED!
AES Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition
Added on 18/07/2014

Skills Shortages in the Built Environment
Open event at Sheffield Hallam on 23 July at 5pm
Added on 11/07/2014

WiSET partner recognised on world LGBT power list
RAF Squadron Leader Glyn Dean named as Straight Ally by the Guardian
Added on 30/06/2014

SHU students launch new Women in Engineering and Maths Society
National Women in Engineering Day sees SHU students launching their new society
Added on 26/06/2014

Trust Manager – The Daphne Jackson Trust
Closing date for applications is Monday 7th July
Added on 20/06/2014

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Athena SWAN at Sheffield Hallam University

Gender equality at Sheffield Hallam University has been recognised again with two more Athena SWAN awards, given for the commitment to good practice in recruitment, retention and progression of women in STEM subjects.

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Case study

Athene Donald Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS

Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS is an eminent physicist, notable for her distinguished scholarship and outstanding contributions to the status of women in science.

 As Professor of Experimental Physics at... [read more]

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