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E & D Committee Remit

We note the E&D statement of the University, which should guide the aims of the Department’s E&D committee.
“The University of Cambridge is committed in its pursuit of academic excellence to equality of opportunity and to a proactive and inclusive approach to equality, which supports and encourages all under-represented groups, promotes an inclusive culture, and values diversity.”
 
The purposes of the Department of Veterinary Medicine E&D committee, which reports to the Strategy & Executive Committee are:      

-    To promote an inclusive culture in the Department which values diversity
-    To engage with and implement University-wide initiatives on equality and diversity
-    To identify equality and diversity issues that are specific to the Department and develop and apply action plans to address these issues
-    To engage with the Athena SWAN charter, which includes gathering data and preparing submissions for Athena SWAN Awards, implementing action plans and promoting the principles of Athena SWAN.
 
The E&D committee will meet twice per term.
 
Members will be appointed for a period of 3 years, with optional renewal for a further term to ensure continuity. The committee will be composed of representatives from all staff and student groups, including the HoD or another Professor.

Committee Members 2017 - 2018

  • Matthew Allen
  • Laura Cooper
  • Andrew Grant
  • Lizzie Robson
  • Miriam Lynn
  • Thippesh Sannasiddappa
  • Heidi Radke
  • Amy Stelman
  • Tracy Wang
  • Piero Mastroeni
  • Caroline Trotter (Chair)
  • Melissa Large (Secretary)

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