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Full Member (Early Bird): £40 in person attendance, £12 virtual (available until 14/11/2022)
Full Member: £80 in person attendance, £24 virtual
Student Member (Early Bird): £30 in person attendance, £9 virtual (available until 14/11/2022)
Student Member: £60 in person attendance, £18 virtual
Early Career Scientist (Early Bird): £30 in person attendance, £9 virtual (available until 14/11/2022)
Early Career Scientist: £60 in person attendance, £18 virtual
Retired Member (Early Bird): £40 in person attendance, £12 virtual (available until 14/11/2022)
Retired Member: £80 in person attendance, £24 virtual
Non Member (Early Bird): £80 in person attendance, £24 virtual (available until 14/11/2022)
Non Member: £260 in person attendance, £78 virtual
*Please note, tickets do not include the cost of the dinner, nor do they include the cost of the accommodation.*
Dinner Ticket 19/12/2022: £45
Grants each of £100 have been made available by the Company of Biologists to support ECRs and minority delegates. If you would like to be considered, please outline briefly how this would enable your participation in this symposium by sending an email to [email protected]
Keynote speaker - Racial Inequality and Social Justice in Higher Education
Workshop 1 - What does decolonisation and diversification mean for me?
Jennifer Koenig - What do we really mean when we use the term ethnicity and why does it matter in biomedical education?
Disposition of Teaching Staff Towards Decolonising the Science Curriculum - a UK HE Case Study
Cultural Awareness in an UG BioScience Module
Addressing the degree awarding gap through decolonisation of the curriculum
Confronting Ableism in Biosciences: its history and how we can take positive steps towards disability inclusion
Covid-19 commuting students
Meeting fungal kin: Indigenous approaches to teaching undergraduate mycology
Rethinking the “gypsy” retrotransposon: A roadmap for community-driven reconsideration of problematic gene names
Decolonising the Biological Sciences Curriculum: A Student-led Approach
Contextualising the curriculum in a UK HE biology department: challenges and opportunities [presenting via Zoom]
Digital perspectives: a holistic approach in bringing accessibility and inclusive design into our development workflow
A coordinated approach to decolonising the curriculum within Bioscience degree programmes at LJMU
Decolonising and diversifying learning resources through inclusive co-creation can support equitable transitions
A student-staff collaborative approach to decolonising a biosciences curriculum
Decolonizing and Diversifying the Biomedical Science Curriculum at St George's, University of London.
Break and Posters
Democratising plant science research to accelerate food and nutrition security in low resourced countries
Panel discussion - Global Perspectives on Bioscience Education
Removing Awarding Gaps For All
Capstones; Creating inclusive, equitable and transformative collaborative learning experiences and partnerships
Equality, diversity and inclusion within the new QAA Subject Benchmark Statement for Biosciences
Reflections and actions
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Please note: Registration does not include the event dinner, or accommodation. Please click on the accommodation tab to book accommodation for the event, and the event dinner can be booked when registering. We look forward to seeing you at the event!
This event is being sponsored by The Company of Biologists.