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Let's Talk about Gender and Sex in Research & Innovation

Wednesday, 1 February 2023, 10am – 1pm

Let's Talk about Gender and Sex in Research & Innovation

A Trinity community event organised by the Office of the Associate Vice Provost for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, in collaboration with the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute and START European Researcher’s Night.

Why do gender and sex matter in research and innovation across disciplines, career stages and institutional practices? Join us on the 1st of February, 2023, to explore these issues. This is an in-person event, only open to members of the Trinity community.

The draft agenda is as follows, with plenty of time for audience Q&A, group discussion and further conversation over lunch:
10:00 – Why Gender and Sex in R&I Matter – Professors Lorraine Leeson and Eve Patten
10:30 – Institutional Supports and Structures: Insights from the TORCH Project – Dr Nina Shiel (CHARM-EU and TORCH)
10:40 – Funder Perspectives on Gender and Sex in R&I Content – Dr Doireann Wallace (Research Development Office)
10:50 – Q&A
11:00 – The Implications of Gender and Sex in Research Across Disciplines: Researcher Presentations and Panel Discussion – Professors Cliona O’Farrelly (School of Medicine), Gillian Wylie (School of Religion, Theology and Peace Studies) and Brian Caulfield (School of Engineering)
11:45 – Q&A and Group Discussion
12:15 – Lunch


Please indicate if you have any access requirements, such as ISL/English interpreting, so that we can facilitate you in attending this event. Contact:

Campus LocationTrinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute
Accessibility: Yes
Room: Neill Lecture Theatre
Event Category: Lectures and Seminars
Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Researchers, Postgrad, Faculty & Staff
Cost: Free but registration is required
Contact Name: Prof Lorraine Leeson

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