Diversity is crucial for enabling world leading research, impact and teaching. Working alongside people with different experiences and perspectives encourages innovation and creativity. It brings exposure to a breadth of knowledge, working styles and techniques, and it prompts us to develop ideas and consider decision from multiple points of view. Furthermore, if certain groups are underrepresented in our Department, this means the talent pool we are drawing from is not as broad as it should be.Ensuring an inclusive and supportive working and learning environment is a key part of strategy for the Department of Informatics, and core to King's Strategic Vision for 2029.
Contact the Department's Diversity Lead, Dr Elizabeth Black
Bush House, Bush House, 30 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BG
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