Author: Mei Leow
How should universities address workplace sexual harassment?
Recent legislative reforms will require employers to create effective prevention and complaints mechanisms for sexual harassment. Find out what universities are currently doing in this space and what needs to change.
Intersectional approaches to identifying priorities and action planning
From Advance HE’s Enhancing Practice series, this webinar shows you how to collect and use data in an intersectional way, with help from expert data analysts, academics and equity practitioners from the UK.
Supporting women in STEMM to gain prestigious international fellowships
Female STEMM academics at the University of Southern Queensland were targeted to apply for Higher Education Academy Fellowships, which recognises teaching excellence.
Embedding equality, diversity and inclusion into a mandatory module for first-year students
A case study from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland.
Interpreting data through an intersectional lens
Learn how to analyse data through an intersectional lens and explain what the findings mean to others in your organisation.
Quarterly update from the CEO, Q1 2023
SAGE CEO Dr Janin Bredehoeft calls on Australia’s higher education and research sector to lead the way in gender equity, diversity and inclusion.
The University of Newcastle becomes first Australian university to achieve two Cygnet Awards
The university used targeted recruitment strategies and career development programs to attract, retain and progress more women and Indigenous staff.
Cygnet Award application (STEM pipeline) – University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle conducted targeted recruitment and school outreach programs to grow the pipeline of women and Indigenous people in STEM.
Cygnet Award application (career development) – University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle tackles barriers in career development support.
Promoting safe, respectful relationships between research supervisors and students
RMIT University’s Respectful Research Training Program teaches researchers how to maintain professional boundaries within staff–student relationships.
RMIT University receives prestigious award for attracting more women and gender diverse people in STEMM
Media release: RMIT received their first Cygnet Award for their work to recruit more women and gender diverse staff in STEMM fields.