Equality and Diversity Committee

The School of Engineering Equality and Diversity Committee

The School of Engineering Equality and Diversity Committee is co-chaired by Hannah Chalmers and David Ingram. The remit of the committee is to support the Head of School, the Management Team and the Management Committee by proposing, planning, implementing and monitoring good practice on Equality and Diversity in the School.

Committee Membership

  • Co-Chair and E&D Coordinator: Hannah Chalmers
  • Co-Chair and MCOM Link: David Ingram
  • Academic Representative: Yuner Huang
  • Academic Representative: Jiabin Jia
  • Academic Representative: Enrico Mastropaolo
  • Academic Representative: Srinjoy Mitra
  • Academic Representative: Pankaj Pankaj
  • Athena SWAN Champion: David Rush
  • College / University Link: Alan Murray
  • Communications Representative: TBC
  • Director of Professional Services: Bridgeen McCloskey
  • Business Analyst: Nathalie Caron
  • Engineering Teaching Organisation Representative: Laura Koo
  • Graduate School Representative: Christina Belton
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate Representative: Elsa Lasseuguette
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate Representative: Andreas Tsiamis
  • Postgraduate Representative: Jennifer Dodoo
  • Staffing Team Representative: TBC
  • Technical Staff Representative: Caroline Delahoyde

Committee Remit, Aims and Objectives

Overall aim: Support the Head of School and Management Committee with monitoring, planning and implementing good practice on equality and diversity in the School of Engineering. This aim is met by:

  • Proposing and reviewing progress on School E&D objectives
  • Proposing and reviewing School training needs relevant to E&D
  • Monitoring delivery of the current Athena SWAN action plan and preparing for future Athena SWAN applications
  • Reporting to/from relevant College and University committees and activities
  • Reporting to/from other relevant School committees and activities
Female researchers in discussion within the EngInn cafe
Female researchers in discussion within the EngInn cafe