SPEAR Podcast "Let's ask an expert: the Gender Dimension in Natural Science Research" with Professor Tomas Brage
The podcast episode with Tomas Brage, Professor of Physics at Lund University in Sweden, on the gender dimension in natural science research with a focus on physics and math-intensive disciplines, produced in the H2020 funded gender equality project SPEAR, is now available on SPEAR's website (Link see below) .
Tomas Brage is a renowned expert with a long-standing commitment to and history in gender equality work in Science and Academia. He gives talks on “Gender and Physics” around Europe and is a member of numerous steering groups and expert panels as well as international networks on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI), for example the LERU Policy Group for EDI and the Swedish Physical Society. He is a member of university advisory boards and expert panels on EDI at the National University of Ireland in Galway and the Southern University of Denmark. At Lund University, he has led several gender equality projects, including the Gender Certification Project, Antidiscrimination Education and the Core Values Project, to name a few.
In the podcast, Christine Steffens, IGaD at RWTH, speaks with Tomas Brage about the role of gender in Physics and math-intensive research, the integration of gender in research content, how to attract, recruit and retain diverse research talent and much more. We hope you enjoy listening!
Podcast available at SPEAR Website