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22 October - 13 November
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Enhancing Research Culture for Minoritised Academics Webinar

Come join us for a discussion of how academics from minoritised social groups feel about the research culture of UK universities.

Professional audiences

What’s on offer?

2 hour webinar led by the University of York and leaders in their fields to discuss the research culture for minoritised academics, followed by a Q&A. 

What’s it about?

The term minoritised refers to underrepresented social groups whether based on gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, disabiity status, nationality, etc. This online webinar, which is free and open to the general public, features research led by Dr Nadia Jessop from the University of York Department of Education on minoritised academics’ experiences of inclusion and exclusion in academia and how that relates to their mental health and research productivity. There will also be a discussion among leaders in the field about what insights this research reveals about how universities’ research culture can be improved for academics from minoritised social groups and why that is important. Come share your thoughts on the issue during the Q&A session with the speakers!

Who’s leading the event?

Dr Nadia Jessop from the University of York Department of Education

Open to

Adults, professionals, academics, policymakers, or anyone with a general interest!

Of particular interest to

Professionals and academics, minority groups

Event booking deadline

5pm on the day before the event