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Edinburgh Foundation for women in Law video 2019

Welcome to Spaces for Voices by the Edinburgh Foundation for Women in Law. Our aim is to drive an equal and diverse legal profession in Scotland.

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Making IT work for women

Making IT work for women

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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Global Health and Infectious Diseases online masters: Eleanora Bafour-Agyei - student testimonial

Online student Eleanora started up her own NGO in Ghana. She chose to study this online degree so she could upgrade her knowledge and have a formal qualification. Join our online community:…

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Wikipedia and Chemistry - Interview with Dr. Jenni Garden and Dr. Michael Seery

Interview with Dr. Jenni Garden and Dr. Michael Seery at the University of Edinburgh's School of Chemistry. Under discussion, Wikipedia's relationship with the study of chemistry and Ada…

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Wikipedia and Women in STEM - Athina Frantzana, PhD student at the School of Physics and Astronomy

Wikipedia and Women in STEM - Athina Frantzana, PhD student at the School of Physics and Astronomy, was interviewed in March 2018 about her experience of writing Wikipedia articles about Women in…

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Professor Lindsay Paterson | Scottish Education Policy : why statistics matter

Professor Lindsay Paterson is from the School of Social and Political Science | University Of Edinburgh - He presents research data on large scale historical and contemporary statistical surveys of…

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The Edinburgh Seven: Changing the Way Stories Are Told - Melissa Highton at the Physiological Society - 13 October 2017

The Edinburgh Seven by Melissa Highton, University of Edinburgh, UK Video by Vince Lane. This talk was part of the 'Physiology on Wikipedia' event for Physiology Friday 2017. The…

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Prof. Kwok Pui-lan: Women, Mission, and World Christianity

Prof. Kwok Pui-lan delivered the Alexander Duff lecture ‘Women, Mission, and World Christianity’ on 16 September 2017 at the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh. It was the…

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Dr Esther Breitenbach

Dr Esther Breitenbach (University of Edinburgh) looks at the evolution of demands for women’s political rights over the course of the nineteenth century, and the continuing campaign for full…

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Professor Sarah Pedersen

Professor Sarah Pedersen, Robert Gordon University, looks at the ways in which suffrage history has been written. She argues that the early accounts written by former suffrage activists have shaped…

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Wikipedia in the Classroom - Interview with World Christianity MSc students Lucy Schouten and Nuam Hatzaw

In Autumn 2016, Wikimedian in Residence, Ewan McAndrew, supported Dr. Alexander Chow (Course Manager) integrate a Wikipedia literature review assignment into the postgraduate module: Selected Themes…

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Wikimedia Research Showcase - December 2016

The December 2016 Wikimedia Research Showcase: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Research/Showcase#December_2016 English Wikipedia Quality Dynamics and the Case of WikiProject Women…

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Ada Lovelace and her mentors - Christopher D. Hollings

For Ada Lovelace Day 2016, Christopher D. Hollings (Mathematical Institute & The Queen's College, Oxford), provides a brief introduction to the life and works of Ada Lovelace (1815-1852) and…

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Interview with Emily Temple-Wood (Wikiproject Women Scientists) at the Wikimedia Diversity Conference, Berlin.

Wikimedia Diversity Conference, 9 & 10 November 2013, Berlin Emily Temple-Wood is an American college student studying Biology and she has been editing Wikipedia since 2007. She founded…

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Bridging the Gender Gap with Women Scientists - Emily Temple-Wood

https://wikimania2013.wikimedia.org/wiki/Submissions/Bridging_the_Gender_Gap_with_Women_Scientists Established and aspiring women scientists are an untapped resource for the Wikimedia movement and…

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