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“Having previously worked in a department that was initially male-only, I witnessed the transformation brought about through the introduction of good equality and diversity practice. This experiment reinforced my belief that universal engagement is a must to achieve excellence in education and research.”  Professor Ken Meissner, Head of Department

The Physics Department is committed to improving the outcomes and experience of Higher Education for both staff and students. We need to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to address unanswered questions in physics. Our vision for physics in the 21st Century is one that includes all.

The department has a Diversity, Equality and Inclusivity Committee which meets once a term. Women and men, senior academics and postgraduate students, permanent and part-time staff are represented on the committee. The Head of Department sits on the committee showing the commitment to improve our working practice and benefit everyone. Equality of opportunity for all is key.

If you would like to know more or make any suggestions to the committee, then please email us on py-dei@swansea.ac.uk

Diversity, Equality and Inclusivity

Diversity, Equality and Inclusivity Committee logo

The department is committed to improving our working practices to benefit everyone. Equality of opportunity for all is key.

 

Institute of Physics Project Juno

Institute of Physics Project Juno logo

The Physics Department at Swansea has been awarded a Juno Practitioner award.

Athena SWAN Bronze Award

Athena SWAN logo

The Physics Department at Swansea University holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award. Swansea University holds an Athena SWAN Silver Award

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