Websites

  • STEMNET Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network that creates opportunities to inspire young people in STEM.
  • Oxford University Student Union Born in the 1960s struggle for students’ freedom of speech, OUSU has evolved into a union, which aims to represent, support and enhance the lives of Oxford students.
  • Sciencegirl Sciencegirl answers general science questions and addresses current science issues.
  • Women’s Engineering Society  A forum for women engineers from every branch of engineering and allied fields.
  • The Clayman Institute for Gender Research – Stanford
  • Ad Feminam – A Mentoring Initiative by UAS intended to encourage women to explore their leadership potential within academic life, or within an administrative career, for example as leaders of departments and divisions or in university governance.
  • Women in Science NIH – The NIH Working Group on Women in Biomedical Careers is a trans-NIH effort to consider barriers for women in science and to develop innovative strategies to promote entry, recruitment, retention, and sustained advancement of women in biomedical and research careers.
  • Vitae – GRADschools have continually evolved since 1968 to become one of the flagship training and development programmes for postgraduate researchers, providing the foundation for approaches to programme and resource development undertaken by both Vitae and the sector.

Awards

  • Women of the Future Award – in association with Shell, are the platform for successful young women in Britain today.
  • Red’s Hot Women Awards – celebrate women in the workplace, across a range of categories including Blogger, Pioneer, Power Part-Timer and Woman to Watch.

Blogs and Media

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