Girls into Geoscience 2020 gives pupils a virtual insight into the Earth sciences
Girls into Geoscience, coordinated by the University of Plymouth, will be an online-only event in 2020 and more than 250 girls from across the UK and Ireland have signed up to take part.
Girls into Geoscience goes global at prestigious women in science event
Dr Sarah Boulton, Associate Professor in Active Neotectonics and Co-Founder of Girls in Geoscience at the University of Plymouth, will be speaking at the Dorothy Hill Women in Earth Sciences Symposium, being hosted by the University of Queensland
Girls into Geoscience wins national award for inspiring female scientists
Girls into Geoscience, launched at the University of Plymouth in 2014, has received The Geological Society’s R H Worth Award, which is presented in recognition of achievements in outreach, public engagement and/or education.
From earthquakes to engineering – students take part in fourth Girls into Geoscience
The University of Plymouth has hosted its fourth Girls into Geoscience, with 80 students from across the UK attending the two-day event
Athena SWAN Bronze award rewards efforts to inspire female scientists
The University of Plymouth has received further recognition for its commitment to supporting women in the sciences after its School of Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences received a Bronze Athena SWAN award
National project raises profile of female geologists past and present
Plymouth University news: Two academics with links to the University of Plymouth have been invited to participate in a pioneering project which aims to bring two centuries of archaeology, geology and palaeontology to life
Girls encouraged to consider careers in geoscience
Plymouth University news: Schoolgirls from across the UK will be travelling to Plymouth University for two days of activities designed to inspire them about the earth sciences
Tackling gender barriers with Girls into Geosciences
University of Plymouth news: Schools from across the country will be attending a conference aimed at inspiring girls to consider careers in science industries and research, and to break down some of the gender barriers that exist.