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We have been awarded a Bronze Award by the Athena Swan Charter, which recognises that the University has a solid foundation for eliminating gender bias and developing an inclusive culture that values all staff.
Athena Swan is a framework used across the globe to support and transform gender equality within all areas of higher education (HE) and research, and the Award is held in high esteem across the sector. The Athena Swan internal Self-Assessment Team undertook a rigorous self-assessment of data, both qualitative and quantitative, to assess MDX’s gender equality across its staff community. From this insight, the team developed a set of short, medium and longer term actions to help further drive forward gender equality and representation across the University, including gender non-conforming individuals.
"If you'd told me two years ago where I'd be now, I wouldn't have believed it. I didn't know how much potential I had before I came to Middlesex." Stacie Gaston-Monerville, BSc Sport and Exercise Science
Stacie overcame illness to break two British records for discus and shotput since joining us.