ender Equality in Research

An online resource site communicating information about women in the area of research,
supporting initiatives against gender stereotypes and
promoting female researchers’ career opportunities at Aarhus University

GER (Gender Equality in Research) is an online resource site developed by the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy as a part of the European research project STAGES. The main purpose of the website is to communicate information about gender equality within the area of academic research at Aarhus University and to provide career planning advice for female researchers. However, it is our aspiration that the website will also provide a platform for both female and male researchers to share their thoughts and knowledge on the issues in relation to the correlation between gender and research. Moreover, this platform provides researchers with valuable information, guidance, referrals, and support.
Read more about GER in the category 'About' below. 


14.09.2016 | Medarbejdere

Empower Talent! mentor scheme open for registration

Empower Talent!, the mentor scheme for academic staff at Aarhus University, is again open for registration. The next deadline for registration as a mentee or a mentor is October 14, 2016.

15.03.2016 | Talentudvikling

Female researchers are missing out on awards and grants

The majority of the prestigious grants from the Danish Council for Independent Research go to men.

17.02.2016 | Navne

Evanthia K. Schmidt is new member of the Horizon 2020 Advisory Group for Gender

Evanthia K. Schmidt, Research Director at the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy, has been invited by the European Commission to be a member of the Horizon 2020 Advisory Group for Gender.

15.12.2015 | Forskningsnyhed

STAGES Guidelines

The STAGES Guidelines are one of the results of four years of efforts and experiences of the European FP7 funded project STAGES - Structural Transformation to Achieve Gender Equality in Science.

19.11.2015 | Medarbejdere

The Global Gender Gap Report 2015

The Global Gender Gap Report 2015, published by the World Economic Forum, measures 145 countries on the gap between women and men in health, education, economics and politics.

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