We believe that STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) should be open to everyone, regardless of their gender, ethnic origins, socio-economic background or sexual orientation, to name just a few factors. Below are a couple of examples of work done by group members towards that aim

Photograph of the STEM Gamechangers organising committee

STEM Gamechangers- in 2018, Dr Sarah Morgan co-organised STEM Gamechangers at The Alan Turing Institute, London, which brought together 40 incredible participants from across the UK to work on projects to increase diversity in STEM. You can read more about the event here.

CiW- in 2014, Dr Sarah Morgan and Dr Hannah Stern co-founded the Cambridge womxn in physics group. The group continues to go from strength to strength, and you can read about their work here. In 2015, the group published a short booklet, entitled ‘What is so exciting about physics?’, which showcases the work of early-career female physicists. The booklet is available here

Front page of the booklet 'what is so exciting about Physics'