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Committee

Chris Scott (chair), Meteorology academic staff

Laura Baker, NCAS research scientist

Peter Chamberlain, Maths and Statistics academic staff

Omduth Coceal, Meteorology research fellow

Ben Cosh, Head of School

Sue Gray, Meteorology academic staff

Chris Holloway, Meteorology academic staff

Huizhi (Elly) Liang, Computer Science academic staff

Varun Ojha, Computer Science academic staff

Luis Patino, Computer Science research assistant

Karen Poulter, Maths and Statistics academic staff

Tim Poulter, Computer Science executive support

Jon Robson, NCAS senior research scientist

Sukhi Sanghera, School manager

Jennie Scothern, Meteorology executive support

Joy Singarayer, Meteorology academic staff

Calvin Smith, Maths and Statistics academic staff

Robin Smith, NCAS academic staff

Louise Strange, School executive support

Marie Taylor, School health and safety

Debbie Turner (secretary), School executive support

Pauline Wayman, Computer Science executive support

Paul Williams, Meteorology academic staff

Updated August 2021

Committee mission

The mission of our Equality and Diversity Committee is to provide an inclusive work environment that enables all individuals to succeed independently of their gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability or any other protected characteristic as defined in the Equality Act (2010). The committee advises on priorities for action across the school, ensure benefits from equality and diversity actions are embedded in policies and practice, and ensure that our proposed activities align with other institutional strategies and priorities.

Committee Terms of Reference

Updated October 2014

  • Assess the School's position in relation to Equality and Diversity principles
  • Co-ordinate effort and monitor progress towards recognition at the Athena SWAN Charter at Gold level
  • Advise on priorities for action by examining data and other evidence for Equality and Diversity
  • Ensure benefits from related activity and plans are sustainable, embedded in policies and practices
  • Ensure proposed activities and plans align with other institutional strategies, priorities and policies
  • Communicate progress and highlight achievements both internally and externally
  • Expect to engage with other charter marks when these come online, such as Stonewall and the Race Equality Chartermark
  • Hold two meetings per term to discuss and implement these actions

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