Plymouth’s first female doctor commemorated at Peninsula Medical School
Plymouth’s first female doctor, Rosa Bale, has been commemorated to mark International Women’s Day, with a lecture theatre named in her honour.
Celebrating women's roles in the University and beyond
For International Women's Day 2019, we reflect on the stories, achievements and roles of women at the University of Plymouth
Making a difference for refugees – meet the founder of the life-changing Plymouth programme START
On International Women’s Day 2018, 8 March, Avril Bellinger will share her story, and says success of any size can come from asking the simple question ‘What can I do to help?’
Helping women recover from drug addiction – can food play a part?
Dr Clare Pettinger, Lecturer in Public Health Dietetics, explains how food and its associated activities can help to empower and motivate women as they recover from addiction.
Meet Polly Macpherson
Polly answers some quick-fire questions on International Women's Day
Celebrating the strength of ‘ordinary’ women on International Women’s Day
A think piece on the history of women's roles in Plymouth from Dr Judith Rowbotham
At the centre of every good network is an inspiring leader – meet Rebecca Lee, our digital champion
Discover how Rebecca Lee's passion for creative challenges has influenced Plymouth’s digital channels and is an inspiration for her many followers.
Natassia Richardson's positive voice is an inspiration for everyone
Discover how Natassia Richardson's experiences at Plymouth – both as staff and student – shaped her life and empowered her passion for universal equality.
Women's Network local social: CVs and online profiles
The next local social with a focus on how we promote ourselves online.
Be Bold for Change: Another Plymouth Conversation
Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day 2017.