I am a Reader in Particle Physics. I’ve been involved in EDI work since I joined QMUL in 2010. I’m proud of the progress we have made on diversity and inclusivity in SPA but realise there is still plenty of work to do!
I work in theoretical high-energy physics and string theory. I first got interested in EDI as the husband of a woman in STEM. I feel that there is no place for discrimination of any kind in a modern workplace and society.
I believe strongly in equality and creating a diverse place of work and opportunity for all. I volunteered as BAME Champion to help achieve this. I hope to give students, from BAME and non-BAME backgrounds, a role model they can aspire to.
I believe strongly in equality and creating a diverse place of work and opportunity for all. I volunteered as LGBT+ Champion to help achieve this. The world has changed a lot since I came out in my late teens, but there remains a lot of work to be done.
I am a particle physicist, working on the T2K experiment and the IceCube neutrino observatory. International students and staff have particular needs that can sometimes fall under the radar. I make sure these interests are represented.
I am the School Manager and, along with the Head of School, have responsibility to ensure the School takes EDI issues seriously. Ensuring everyone has equal opportunity and celebrating and valuing how different we all are is important to me.
I have a particular responsibility to ensure that the School takes EDI issues seriously and implements all reasonable measures to ensure a pleasant working space that is comfortable and positive with our diversity.
I am a final year Cosmology PhD student specialising in non-linear structure formation in the late universe and general relativistic effects. I’m passionate about EDI issues and delighted to be involved in the committee.
I am a particle physicist, having done my PhD at Southampton and QMUL. I work on an experiment called T2K in Japan, which involves my doing a lot of traveling! I run the post doc forums, which we like to keep informal to encourage communication between groups.
As the Secretary for the School EDI committee, I am responsible for arranging committee meetings, and also communicating and coordinating with other School committee secretaries to ensure EDI issues are embedded and discussed across the board.
I am a scientific project manager with a particular interest in equality and diversity. In my spare time I am a campaigner on women’s rights issues across Africa.
I am a cosmologist. I believe that science should be accessible to all, and benefits hugely from diversity. I’m particularly interested in how we can improve access to science degrees and careers, and work as a mentor for the Destination STEMM programme, and as a tutor for the Access Project.
I am a PhD student in Cosmology. My research involves combining theory and data for upcoming surveys such as SKA and Euclid. I've been involved in Women in Physics groups in the past and have now joined the EDI committee.
I am a condensed matter physicist, working on designing new materials with interesting and useful properties. I joined the committee to help dismantle the barriers that prevent talented people from taking their place in physics.
As a BSc Physics student my aim is to ensure that my peers are given a STEM education that is representative of our environment. We should feel included in the curriculum as BAME students. I hope to achieve tangible change during my time at Queen Mary.