Research shows that women are more likely than men to volunteer for a non-promotable task, to be asked outright to do it, and to be the one who agrees to take it on when no one else will. While this imbalance may seem frustrating but essentially harmless, its consequences may, in fact, be pernicious.
University of Lincoln Vice Chancellor, Professor Mary Stuart, was announced as The Guardian Inspiring Leader 2018, at an awards ceremony in London, yesterday
Dr Sundari Anitha from the School of Social and Political Sciences has co-authored a new book, ‘Striking Women: Struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet’ with economist Ruth Pearson, from the University of Leeds.
Athena SWAN introduced the Gender Charter Awards in higher education in 2006 as a tool to assess gender equality in STEM. While the initiative seems to be having some impact on the careers of women working in STEM at universities, the question remains…
Sean Morton, Nurse and Senior Lecturer in the School of Health and Social Care at the University of Lincoln, walked us through the state of UK health and social care, whilst inspiring the next generation of nurses.