Lancaster Promoting Women in Science
Lancaster University is now a member of the Athena 'SWAN' Charter and have been invited to apply for an award.
The Athena SWAN Charter is a group set up under the Royal Society for the advancement and promotion of the careers of women in science, engineering and technology (SET) in higher education and research, and to achieve a significant increase in the number of women recruited to top posts.
The University has been invited to apply for a bronze award to recognise the work at Lancaster, and a working group has been set up to consider the existing position at Lancaster and the future work needed to promote the careers of women in science.
Universities must achieve a bronze award before individual departments can apply for recognition in their own right.
If you would like to know more about this please contact Joanna Stephens, Project Officer, Vice-Chancellor's Office. email@example.com
Tue 04 March 2008
Lancaster University and resident company The REACH Centre have been recognised for their outstanding track-record of working together at a prestigious award ceremony.
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Wed 12 November 2014
On 24th October, forty teachers from across the South Lakes area visited the Faculty of Science and Technology, as part of a partnership between Lancaster University, Research Council UK, and the South Lakes Federation.
Thu 06 November 2014
Peter Hodgson, who has just successfully defended his PhD, has now rounded off the achievement with the award of an EPSRC Doctoral Prize by the Faculty of Science and Technology.
Thu 30 October 2014
Lancaster University has played a lead role in the inaugural meeting of a new engineering network for all types of engineers working on particle accelerators in the UK.
Fri 17 October 2014