GENDER EQUALITY in SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
'The problem is not women scientists but why science and research,
the way they are organised and their work ethos and culture,
fail to retain or actively deter the women who were
initially attracted to them as a career'.
The Athena Project.
UCL SET DATA
The data was drawn from Academic and Research staff in the following UCL Faculties:
Faculty of the Built Environment
Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
Faculty of Engineering Sciences
Faculty of Life Sciences
Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences
A snapshot period of 12 months to April 1st was used. From 2008 the annual profile will be updated from 1 October, in order to mesh with UCL's annual staff monitoring exercise regarding employment and recruitment monitoring and progress against UCL's aspirational workforce targets.
*Data amended on 2nd July 2008.
|Last updated: 12th May 2014|