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The University of Bath has undertaken to participate in the nationwide e-survey of medical, scientific, engineering, technical and related academic and research grade III staff. Gender Equality is important to the University and the Deputy Vice Chancellor has recently sent a memorandum to all relevant staff about the survey. All responses to the survey are anonymised.
The survey is designed to capture information about scientific, engineering, technical (SET) career pathways, the experiences, expectations and perceptions of the SET academic community on what contributes to successful career progression, and to:
The survey explores the areas which previous work by Athena's partner HEIs had identified as important to career progression, the apparent differences in men's and women's career progression, what underlay the differences, and how far they relate to the organisation and culture of SET and HE. The survey aims to examine the links between participants:
The survey is open until 20 November 2004.
Find out further information about this e-survey, the results of the ASSET 2003 survey and the work of Athena at http://internal.bath.ac.uk/equalities/gender/asset/.
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For more about promoting Science, Engineering and Technology for Women, see http://www.set4women.gov.uk/.