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Events & Observance Days

Find out more about our events and observance days below.

International Women's Day - 8 March, 2023

Event update (03.03.22) Unfortunately, Professor Pam Thomas is unable to join us and we will aim to reschedule her talk for a future date. 

To celebrate International Women's Day and our excellent female staff and students, the department invites all staff, Postgraduate students and female Undergraduate students to join us for lunch.

Registering for the event will help us to accommodate lunch numbers.

Date: Wednesday 8 March

Venue: MAS 2.05/2.06

Time: 12.30-13.30

International Day of Women and Girls in Science - 8 February, 2023

Register for the event.

International Day of Women and Girls in Science Event, 8 February, 13.00-16.00, P521

'Picture a Scientist' Screening - Tuesday 31 January, 2023

Film courtesy of the Department of Chemistry. 

Picture a Scientist Film, Tuesday 31 January 2023

'Breast Cancer - Decision making under uncertainty' talk - Thursday 8 December, 2022

Poster for Professor Sandra Chapman talk

'Picture a Scientist' Screening - Wednesday 2 November, 2022

Film courtesy of Department of Chemistry.

Picture a Scientist Film poster. 2 November, 1.30pm, Room L3

International Women's Day - Tuesday 8 March, 2022

We celebrated International Women's Day by holding an event in the department looking at 'How researchers can use social media effectively' with a focus on LinkedIn and Twitter. LinkedIn and Twitter can help people connect with and promote their work to a worldwide network and has helped bridge the gap during the pandemic, so we thought it would be important to help our department develop their skills in these areas.

International Women's Day poster

International Day of Women and Girls in Science - Friday 11 February, 2022

In 2022, we celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science by hosting a social media campaign on our departmental twitter account. We highlighted some of the fantastic women that work in our department and asked them what highlighting Women in Science means to them. Watch the video below or read the women in physics case studies.