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Driving BAME representation in STEMM

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  • UserProfessor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu DBE and Leyla Shahid
  • ClockMonday 23 November 2020, 18:00-19:30
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On November 23rd we will get together to share our experience at the workshop and to discuss broader issues around challenges and solutions for driving further BAME representation in STEMM . Workshop REGISTRATION HERE .

  • Welcome
  • Guest speakers: Prof Dame Elizabeth Anionwu DBE and Leyla Shahid (Policy Officer, Women and Gender Equality Canada)
  • Why Wikipedia, my relevance – Day 1 workshop lessons learnt
  • Share personal experiences, lessons from the events
  • Conclusion

Part of the “Hidden STEMM Figures in Cambridge” workshops.

16th November 2020, 6:00pm: Building Wikipedia legacies: BAME Women in STEMM Both workshops slot together, but can be attended independently. ALL WELCOME . \

Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women face a number of challenges when pursuing studies or a career in STEMM , including biases related to race, underrepresentation and lack of role models. CamAWISE, with support from the University of Cambridge Diversity Fund, will be running two FREE events in November to celebrate the contributions of BAME women in STEMM .

This talk is part of the Cambridge AWiSE series.

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