The Athena SWAN team have developed a new Athena SWAN application form for small and specialist institutions, in consultation with the small and specialist institutions network. The form was specifically developed in response to feedback regarding difficulties these institutions might have completing the HEI institutional applicationAthena SWAN for Schools The Athena SWAN Award recognises commitment to advancing the careers of women in research and employment in higher education. Please find resources and application templates to support your application. athena swan application guidelines
Athena SWANs expectations of departments applying for Bronze and Silver awards, based on feedback received on the University of Oxfords submissions to April 2012 and advice given at the Athena SWAN Going for Silver seminar held in December 2012.
award application, how the university has built on the achievements of awardwinning STEMM departments, and what the university is doing to help individual STEMM departments apply for Athena SWAN awards. Sections to be included At the end of each section state the number of words used. Click here for additional guidance on For an institution or department to be eligible to apply for an Athena SWAN Charter award, the HEI must sign up to the May 2015 update of the Athena SWAN principles. We have created a template for you to adapt: Athena SWAN Charter principles letter. Please refer to the May 2015 Athena SWAN Charter awards handbook.athena swan application guidelines Athena SWAN Applications. The departments listed below are current Athena SWAN award holders. The University of Oxford was a founder member of the Athena Charter and has held an institutional Bronze award since 2006.
Advance HE will undertake a major review of the Athena SWAN Charter, ensuring that it is fit for current and future needs of institutions, individuals and the sector as a whole. The Charter is a flagship accreditation scheme which recognises the work of higher education institutions and research institutes to address gender equality within athena swan application guidelines Athena SWAN. The Athena SWAN charter accredits institutions and their departments, in recognition of their commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) If in doubt, contact the Athena SWAN Officer well in advance to check eligibility. It is essential that the co ntact person for the application is based in the department. Athena SWAN Departmental Submission Guidelines With the support of the ECU and the UK Research Councils (UKRC), the Charter was officially launched at the Institute of Physics on 22 June 2005,