Invitation – Gender(s) at Work presentation and workshop – Two dates for the diary!

Gender(s)atwork

Organised in collaboration with UEL’s women’s network and supporting our Athena SWAN journey, we are pleased to confirm two sessions detailed below including Dr Kate Carruthers Thomas sharing her research on Gender(s) at Work. The events will also provide an opportunity to network and discuss current issues at UEL in relation to gender.

To book your space email: equality@uel.ac.uk

Any queries, please contact Dr Jummy Okoya, Chair of the Women’s Network (o.j.okoya@uel.ac.uk) or Clare Matysova, Equality Charters Manager (c.matysova@uel.ac.uk)

GENDER(S) AT WORK 1: THE WORKPLACE: GLASSED AND GENDERED
Presentation and networking, refreshments provided
This event is a presentation of findings from contemporary UK research on gendered experiences of work and career in HE (Carruthers Thomas 2018) involving female, male and gender non-binary staff in academic and professional services roles across the organization.
Date: Thursday 20th December
Time: 1pm – 2:30pm
Venue: EB.3.16 Docklands Campus

GENDER(S) AT WORK 2: MAPPING CAREER IN HE
Workshop and networking, refreshments provided
This is a participative workshop inviting participants to transform their ‘potted’ career history narratives into visual maps which are then used as tools to jointly reflect on prevailing narratives of ‘career’ in HE including the ‘leaky’ pipeline.
Date: Wednesday 20th February 2019
Time: 1pm – 2:30pm
Venue: USG.19 USS Campus

Screenshot-2018-11-21 genders at work pdf(1) pdf - OneDrive(1)

 

Find out more about the research via Kate’s blog: The G Word

 

 

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