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UCL ''will take all necessary action at University, faculty and departmental levels to monitor progress towards an organisational culture where all can thrive, are equally valued, and experience equality of opportunity for career progression''. -UCL Provost on renewal of UCL Bronze Award in 2012.

Frances Brodsky

"I am delighted to have the opportunity to promote the principles and objectives of Athena SWAN, and strongly support the application from the Division of Biosciences for a Bronze award in November 2013." - Professor Frances Brodsky, Director of the Division of Biosciences

Georgina Mace

"I strongly support the Athena SWAN process. It encourages small changes in normal working practices that can make a huge difference to creating a positive and collegiate working environment, benefiting everyone." - Professor Georgina Mace, FRS, Director of the Centre for Biodiversity and Environmental Research, Division of Biosciences.

Santander supported programmes for women

UCL began its partnership with Santander Universities in 2007 and was one of the very first UK universities to become a member of the Santander Universities network.

Two Santander Supported USA programmes that UCL women staff members may be interested are: 

  • UCLA: W50 Program - Preparing Women Board Members of Tomorrow
  • UCLA: W30 Program - Developing Women Leaders in University Faculty and Administration

Applications have now closed.  To find more information, visit UCL's website about its partnership with Santander Universities.

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