Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
The Faculty of Engineering's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) team has been created to support staff and students and make sure they feel valued.
The team's mission is to encourage everyone to recognise their full potential in order to lead themselves to success. They are working closely with people across the University to achieve this and will be running events throughout the year.
If you have any thoughts about how to make the Faculty a better place to work, please get in touch with Faculty EDI Coordinator, Emma Hadfield-Hudson.
Meet the team
Faculty Director for EDI
The Faculty of Engineering EDI Board work to:
- Promote diversity, equality and inclusion
- Support all students and staff to excel
- Develop a culture and working environment that encourages people to challenge themselves and others openly, constructively, and with respect – to raise the quality of all we do together.
The EDI's vision statement lies at the heart of the work they do:
Health and wellbeing is important to ensure staff and students have a positive experience in the work place and reach their full potential.
As well as accessing University sports facilities, including the £40 million David Ross Sports Centre, faculty staff can access wellbeing rescources and take part in activities via the Faculty of Engineering Wellbeing Team.
During 2019/20 academic year, the Faculty focused on promoting trans inclusion, culminating in an event to celebrate The International Trans Day of Visibility.
To access training rescources from the event, visit Curious About Identity? on Teams.
Follow up activities will be planned for our return to campus.
Athena Gold Award
We are delighted to hold an Athena Gold Award for our work in gender equality.
You can read more and download our submission by visiting our Athena Gold Webpage
If you have any issues that you wish to raise or if you would like to get more involved with EDI work within our Faculty, please contact a member of the EDI Board or email our Faculty EDI Coordinator, Emma Hadfield-Hudson.
The University of Nottingham has a network of Dignity Advisers who are available to provide impartial and confidential advice to support staff and students who have issues or concerns regarding harassment, bullying or victimisation.