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Working in the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology

The Department of Oncology, incorporating the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, was awarded a departmental Athena SWAN Bronze award in 2014 in recognition of its commitment to introduce organisational and cultural practices that promote gender equality, and of its efforts to improve the working environment for both men and women. 

Click on the hyperlinks below to view our successful Athena SWAN bronze and silver applications.

Silver application submitted April 2016 

Bronze application submitted November 2013

The Athena SWAN Charter recognises and celebrates good practice on recruiting, retaining and promoting women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) in higher education. The Charter was launched in June 2005, and aims to address gender imbalance within STEMM, recognising the importance of the role that all members of the science community play in the progression and advancement of the field.

The process gave us the opportunity to reflect on, and celebrate, current organisational and cultural practices that promote gender equality in Science, Engineering and Technology (SET). Athena SWAN also offers a valuable framework for introducing cultural changes that create a better working environment for both men and women.

The University of Oxford is a member of the Athena SWAN Charter and holds an institutional Bronze Athena SWAN award. Read more about the University of Oxford's participation in Athena SWAN.

University of Oxford department representatives receive their awards at the Athena SWAN awards ceremony, Durham University, July 2014.

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