Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

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Sussex student to host panel discussions on the experiences of BAME scientists

8 July 2020

A PhD student is hosting two online discussions to share the successes and challenges experienced by a panel of BAME scientists.


Behavioural and data scientist to speak about unconscious bias to the School of Life Sciences

18 June 2020

Freelance journalist and author Dr Pragya Agarwal is giving a Zoom talk on Thursday 25 June at 1pm.


Sussex student to increase visibility of BAME role models in science

8 June 2020

A PhD student aims to increase the visibility of role models in science for BAME students by building a community that extends beyond the School.


Life Sciences to celebrate One World Sussex

12 March 2020

The School of Life Sciences is taking part in a campaign to promote cultural understanding and will celebrate the diversity of the School community.


Celebrating diversity in science through outreach

21 February 2020

The School of Life Sciences has launched a project to increase recognition of lesser-known scientists.


Life Sciences to host event to highlight LGBT+ scientists

17 February 2020

The School of Life Sciences is hosting an event to raise the visibility of LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender plus) scientists


Share your science by the sea: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton in May

10 January 2020

Inspire beachgoers with your research at the next Brighton Soapbox Science event on 30 May 2020.


Free period in the School of Life Sciences

19 December 2019

An initiative to provide free period products will be launched in the School of Life Sciences in January 2020.


The BAME attainment gap is not the fault of BAME students

17 December 2019

Asking BAME students to spend time helping universities decolonise the curriculum is far from the ideal solution, says Daniel Akinbosede


Life Sciences to support Movember with walk and talk event

14 November 2019

Meet in JMS building foyer 12noon for a walk around the grounds, followed by sandwiches and reflection in the Robert Whittle room until 1pm.