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Further sources of information

On this page you will find downloads and links related to the Athena SWAN initiative and King's College London policies.

King's Practice and Policies:

Supporting Parents & carers Diversity & Inclusion at King's
Funding

The Faculty's Parents & Carers fund

Information will be posted here when available

Carers' Career Development Fund aims at helping parents and carers to attend career development events outside of their normal working hours.

Institute of Physics Carers' Fund  and the London Mathematical Society Caring Supplementary Grant give members the opportunity to apply for grants up to help attend related meetings, events or conferences that maybe caring responsibilities wouldn't usually allow.

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Training

Students

Personal Tutor system

Each new student in the Department is allocated a Personal Tutor at the beginning of the academic session.

If you are in the Mathematics or Informatics Department and would prefer a same-gender Personal Tutor, please contact your Programme Administrator.

In the Department of Physics there is a Female tutor available, Dr Carla Molteni - room S7.23, Carla.molteni@kcl.ac.uk.  Similarly, Dr Chris Lorenz is available if you have an issue that you would rather discuss with a male tutor, room S7.27 chris.lorenz@kcl.ac.uk.

Student Parents

Guidance and support for student parents (including advice on funding childcare) is available from Services for Students.

Student Societies

There are a number of student societies dedicated to diversity and women in STEM as well as those who are fully supportive.  You can find out more information about NMS related student societies here. For more information about student societies and clubs at King's see the KCLSU webpages.

Sources of Information

Publications Social media pages
Useful links Women in Computing links Women in Mathematics links

LMS Childcare Grants - applications accepted all year round, up to £200 supplementary childcare grants to enable parents to attend conferences and research meetings.

LMS Grace Chisholm Young Fellowships - each year the society offers two fellowships of £1000 (consisting of £500 personal support and £500 contribution to a host institution) to mathematicians who need support when their mathematical career is interrupted by family responsibilities, relocation of partner, or other similar circumstance.  Applications accepted all year round.

Women in Physics links Women in Chemistry links

 

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