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Dr Meredith Nash to give lecture on what it's like to be a woman in STEMM

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We are really pleased to announce that the Eleanor Glanville Centre’s first International Visiting Scholar, Dr Meredith Nash will be giving a Be Inspired! Lecture:

‘What is it like to be a woman in STEMM? Gender bias, sexual harassment, and the myth of meritocracy’

Meredith Nash is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of Tasmania. She is at the University of Lincoln as a Visiting Scholar at the Eleanor Glanville Centre and the Health Advancement Research Team. Her research examines the depth and enduring character of gender-based inequalities.

Abstract: Women are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) fields worldwide, particularly in leadership positions. In this presentation, Dr Nash will discuss her findings from a mixed-methods sociological study drawing on the experiences of 25 women in STEMM fields who were all participants in a three-week transformational leadership program in Antarctica in 2016. She will explore the women’s experiences of science leadership, including challenges they face as women in male-dominated fields and what they think needs to change to help women in STEMM advance.​

Monday 23rd October

17:00 pm lecture, followed by a wine reception

Co-Op Lecture Theatre Minerva Building

Meredith’s key publications include Making Postmodern Mothers: Pregnant Embodiment, Baby Bumps, and Body Image (2012, Palgrave); Reframing Reproduction: Conceiving Gendered Experiences (2014, Palgrave) and Reading Lena Dunham’s Girls: Feminism, Postfeminism, Authenticity and Gendered Performance in Contemporary Television (2017, Palgrave).
 This lecture is free to attend but prior booking is essential
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