How can we work together to recognise the importance of gender equality within Essex Business School as a learning and working community?
12:00 - 14:00
Lectures, talks and seminars
Essex Business School
Professor Melissa Tyler email@example.com
Join Professor Melissa Tyler, Professor Elisabeth Kelan and Researcher Alison Clarke as they open the discussion about the lived experiences, stories and research that break the boundaries of gender equality within Essex Business School.
Staff, students and members of the University of Essex are invited to join us for this open discussion on gender equality 'beyond boundaries' on International Women's Day, Friday 8th March. The discussion will be hosted in EBS 2.46 at our Colchester campus, but you can also join via Zoom link (details below). Refreshments will be provided.
We will focus on how can we work together to recognise the importance of gender equality within EBS as a learning and working community. Everyone is invited to come along and take part in the discussion to:
By collating podcasts and videos, we will begin work on building a virtual collage of research and teaching interests on gender equality to showcase the work that we are doing across the School.
Professor of Organisational Studies and Human ResourcesEssex Business School, firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa's research and professional activities include: Feminist perspectives on work and organisation; Gender, sexuality and embodiment at work; Organisational space, place, aesthetics and materiality; Emotional, aesthetic and sexualised forms of labour; Sales-service work and consumer culture; Gender, sexuality and the body in work organisations; Any work drawing on and developing feminist theory; The organisation, management and lived experience of organisational space, place and setting; Emotional, aesthetic and sexualised labour in sales-service work.
Professor of Organisational Studies and Human ResourcesEssex Business School, email@example.com
Elisabeth Kelan, PhD, is a Professor of Leadership and Organisation at Essex Business School, University of Essex. Her research focuses on women in leadership, men as change agents for gender equality, generations at work, and diversity and inclusion.
Graduate Teaching Assistant and Postgraduate Research Student of Organisational Studies and Human ResourcesEssex Business School, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison's research thesis is: Treading the boards: The under-representation of women on the boards of FTSE 100 companies and is the author and self-publisher of Maternity Pay and leave a guide for employers which came out in November 2004. And the co-author of A Guide to Equality Law published by the TUC in January 2005.