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A networking group for womxn engineers at the Dept. of Engineering Science () . All tweets by Priyanka.
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Prof Rachel Oliver 🐯 Sep 19
The phrase "diversity of ideas" is starting to become toxic, not because diversity in what and how we think isn't valuable, but because this phrase is becoming a code for "variations in how white, straight, middle class men think".
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MPLSOxford Sep 20
EVENT: ‘Superior: The Return of Race Science’ talk by Angela Saini exploring the murky history of race science and the ways in which it is being resurrected in the 21st century Wednesday, 23 October 2019 from 17:30 to 19:00
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Dr Bianca Capra Sep 19
is starting soon! I’m really looking forward to hearing from all our keynote speakers across the air breathing engine industry including from and many more!
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Aero Women at Imperial Sep 19
This is an extraordinary list of extraordinary women in engineering, including many in aeronautics, which are hidden no more. We can and we will recognise women’s contributions to engineering and demonstrate that a successful career in engineering is possible for everyone.
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Daisy J. Hung Sep 18
Looking forward to welcoming back to for her talk on her book ‘Superior: The Return of Race Science’ on 23 Oct, 5:30pm. Event is open to all. Tickets here:
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Dr Kathryn Boast Sep 18
The brilliant is talking in Oxford on 23rd Oct!! If you haven't read 'Superior' or 'Inferior' yet, then come along to find out why these are the books we all need now. Big thanks to for organising ♥ Snap up free tix here 👇
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Wellcome Trust Sep 17
From getting funding, to writing a paper, to navigating a career transition 🗺️ This toolkit has great advice for early career researchers on the working world of science 🧰 |
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Roma Agrawal Sep 15
Well. Hubby is back at work today after 2.5 months of parental leave. Some thoughts. 1. He has loved his time off. Loved it because he has spent so much quality time with his girl, with me and it's given him a chance to reflect on career etc. /1
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Let Toys Be Toys Sep 15
“‘Twenty weeks before children even arrive in the world, people are expecting different things of them... Marketing people are making a lot of money by dividing toys, clothes, books into boys and girls,’ she said. But, her book suggests, that doesn’t mean we have to buy it.”
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David Weir Sep 15
The blue calculator has the additional feature that it can patronisingly explain how it arrived at an answer.
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Dr Fatumina Sep 10
Thank you for nominating me for the the:”100 most influential women in engineering”, it’s good to know that I am winning whilst not meeting societies ideals of what an engineer should look like
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AeroDynamic Women Sep 10
Meet Prof Tracie Barber, Professor of Fluid Dynamics at . Tracie applies her background in aerodynamics to vascular fluid dynamics, working with surgeons (; ) to improve people's lives
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Dr Fatumina Sep 9
Looking to share my experience of transitioning from academia into business working with a top global company that supports clinical trials and values diversity. DM me if interested in me giving a talk and perhaps recruit more
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Enterprising Oxford Sep 9
12 September Raw Talks present - Real Authentic Women - The Power of You series. An inspirational and empowering session for you as a woman of influence to experience insights in to how to Get On in your career or business
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Angela Saini Sep 5
After a recent book talk, a fan of Inferior told me she probably wouldn't read Superior because it would have little relevance to her. It's a comment that affected me. May I remind you that you can't expect men to care about feminism if white feminists can't care about racism.
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Engineering Science Sep 6
“I wanted to get a bit more exposure to engineering before applying to universities... a tour of the labs and meeting some engineers has really sold it to me!" 6th former Eva toured with DPhil candidate Suria Subiah
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Engineering Science Sep 3
RisingWISE aims to foster long-term relationships between enterprising early-career researchers and women working in industry. Applications for the 2019 programme are open until Monday 9th September at 10am.
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Enterprising Oxford Sep 3
Sep 20 - The IoD are delighted to be joined by Kirsty Lloyd-Jukes of for Enterprising Women & Leaders Lunch - -Come along and network with like-minded leaders
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Engineering Science Sep 4
RisingWISE – Application deadline approaching! is a joint programme between and (MPLS Enterprise), supporting women to pursue careers in subjects to achieve success and leadership roles. Apply by 9th September.
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WES Centenary Aug 27
Replying to @WES1919
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