Women in STEM celebrated for Ada Lovelace Day

Women in the Faculty of Science are being celebrated today as part of Ada Lovelace Day – a national celebration aimed at raising the profile of women working in STEM subjects across the globe. Often described as the world’s first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace was a leading 19th century mathematician and daughter of the poet Lord Byron. She left a lasting legacy as a role […]

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Faculty celebrates International Women’s Day in style.

Faculty celebrates International Women’s Day in style.

On 8th March men and women from across the University, including many faculty of Science staff and postgraduate students, celebrated International Women’s Day. The networking lunch organized by Women@TUoS NET, was held at Sheffield Town Hall and included members of Sheffield City Council, University Council and representatives of Sheffield voluntary organizations. Welcoming speeches on the national and international perspective from the Lord Mayor and PVC Rebecca […]

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