The Athena SWAN Charter promotes and rewards good practice in the recruitment, retention and progression of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM) subjects. The University of Birmingham obtained a Bronze Athena SWAN Award in March 2012 and the School of Mechanical Engineering is working towards obtaining its own Bronze Award.
Find more about the principles of the Charter:
The Self Assessment Team
The group is set up to assess data involving gender information, policies and procedures in the School and work towards the recognition of the Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
Raya AL-Dadah (Chair, Lecturer)
Duc Pham (Head of School)
Robert Cripps (Deputy Head of school, Head of learning and teaching)
Sharon Green (Admission administrator)
Isaline Lefort (PhD student)
Satwinder Rani (HR advisor for Mechanical Engineering)
Susan Squire (HR Diversity Advisor)
Athena SWAN meetings and events
Athena SWAN Bronze Award Application
Explore what careers female mechanical engineers who graduated from the University of Birmingham have
How to get involved
Please contact Dr AL-Dadah