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We marked LGBTQ+ STEMM Day with talks from Dr Jon Davies (RILD, University of Exeter) and Alexandre Coates (Heriot Watt University)
We celebrated PRISM Exeter's 3rd birthday with talks from Dr Layal Hakim (University of Exeter) and Alexis Hoyland (Office for National Statistics)
We marked LGBTQ+ History Month with talks from Dr Alex Dudgeon (University of Exeter) and Dr Melissa Brooks (Met Office)
We marked LGBTQ+ STEMM Day with talks from Dr Natasha Stephen (University of Plymouth) and Professor Rob Appleby (University of Manchester)
We celebrated PRISM Exeter's 2nd birthday with talks from PhD student Aaron Labdon (University of Exeter) and Cariad Eccleston (freelance DevOps Engineer)
We marked LGBTQ+ History Month with a presentation ceremony for the Queer STEMM Champions competition winners
We marked LGBTQ+ STEMM Day with a diversity workshop on the intersections of race, gender and sexuality by Kayisha Payne (Black British Professionals in STEMM)
'Proud to be Scientists' collective in the Exeter Pride march and stalls for the Institute of Physics, Tech Exeter, and ExIST
Agnes Bacon (University of Exeter) discussed cutting edge developments in nano-physics and Dr James Claverley (National Physical Laboratory) provided an overview of the Physical Sciences LGBTQ+ Climate Survey
Dr Claire Davies (University of Exeter) provided a review of the 2019 LGBT STEMinar and PhD student Alison Young (University of Exeter) introduced the Scientists are Humans initiative
We kicked off the Speakers series with talks from Dr Sally Basker (Exeter Science Park), Sophie Fardell-Rudd (Network Rail), and Dr John Bruun (University of Exeter)
Institute of Physics "Physics for All" stall at Exeter Pride