International Women's Day is on the 8 March and we are here to help #BreakTheBias.
"Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination. A world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together we can forge women's equality. " International Women's Day 2022.
See what's on at Kent and get involved!
Sign up to these events taking place to celebrate International Women's Day
Click to join the Women's Network at 12:30 as they explore challenges for women in STEM and ableism.
Join Dr Constanze Roitzheim as she takes part in the University of Munich’s 'My Way' series.
This next lecture covers diversity and inclusion with a focus on women in leadership.
Join Prof Georgina Randsley de Moura discussing the challenges of women leaders in higher education.
To celebrate International Women's Day on 8 March, we're highlighting some of our amazing female staff, student and alumni stories #BreakTheBias
Psychology student Millie Knight wins Downhill Skiing bronze in Winter Paralympics.
Why transparency, institutional accountability and continual change are essential to break the bias
Dr Barrie Rooney aims to translate research & innovation in universities into cutting edge science.
Construction isn’t all Muddy Boots and High-Vis Jackets!
Dr Abby Efua Hilson is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Kent Business School.
Dr Kathy Kotiadis is cofounder of PartiSim and has been commended officially for her work in STEM.
Shubhra Kamat is Project Lead for Race Equality, at Maidstone and NHS Hospital Trust.
Fauzia Idrees is the first female PhD student to serve in the Pakistani armed forces
Dr Samantha Evans, lecturer in HR Management discusses the taboo of menopause in the workplace
Get involved with Women's History Month at the Templeman Library! There's books, podcasts, events and more for you to engage with.