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Women in Science

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An annual event, part of 'Women in Science Week' which takes place in October to celebrate the contribution of women to science. 

Athena-Swan

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The Athena SWAN charter was launched in 2005 to recognise the commitment of institutions that promote and advance careers of women in STEM, in academia.

equality & diversity

In addition to our work in gender equality the Faculty is also committed to creating an inclusive work and study environment for all staff and students by embedding good diversity & inclusion practices into all of it's activities. 

 
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Women in Science Scholarships

We have scholarships available worth £3,000, for Home/EU female students in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences, who are undertaking undergraduate studies in the STEM areas.

Gender Equality Student Fund

Individual students or groups of students may apply to the Fund for grants of up to £200 for student initiatives and activities that support the promotion of gender equality in STEM fields.

Axelle Lemaire

Axelle Lemaire & her Digital Economy

King's College London was delighted to to host a talk with Axelle Lemaire, French Minister of State for Digital Affairs and an Alumna of the Dickson Poon School of Law.
 
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