The Institute of Physics Juno programme recognises and rewards physics departments, schools, institutes and organisations that can demonstrate they have taken action to address gender equality in physics and to encourage better practice for all staff.
A number of colleges in Ireland are already part of the Juno project and more have expressed an interest in joining. In addition, IOP are working with colleagues in CASTeL at Dublin City University in an SFI funded project to Improve Gender Balance (IGB) in schools. IOP Ireland is organising an event to support colleagues who are interested in developing Juno activities in Ireland.
Date - Tuesday 14 November 2017, 11am-2pm. Lunch will be provided Venue - Room S206, Stokes Building, Dublin City University Agenda
11.00 How Juno continues to advance gender equality.
Jenni Dyer, IOP Head of Diversity
11.15 Improving Gender Balance Scotland
Heather Earnshaw, Improving Gender Balance Scotland,
An overview of the approach and activities that we've been developing with schools and early years centres to tackle some of the negative impacts of gender stereotypes and unconscious bias
12.00 Reflections on implementing Juno in Ireland, (tbc)
Dr Miriam Byrne, NUI Galway, and member of the Juno assessment panel
12.30 Championing Juno in QUB
Dr Miryam Arredondo, Queen’s University Belfast
1.00-2pm Discussion and lunch If you are interested in attending please email email@example.com