UCLICers featured in Women at UCL: Presence and Absence
Nadia Berthouze, Anna Cox, and Mara Balestrini are featured in the Women at UCL: Presence and Absence booklet.
Women at UCL: Presence and Absence is a collaboration between the UCL Equalities and Diversity team, The Girl at the Door and the UCL Institute for Women's Health, and explores the presence and absence of women at UCL. In 1878 UCL became the first university in England to admit women on equal terms with men. To mark International Women's Day 2016, the exhibition explores what roles and spaces these first women occupied, and how this has changed since 1878, and celebrates the diversity of UCL's current female staff and students today. The exhibition profiles 24 women from across UCL. Staff and students were invited to nominate women at UCL who had inspired or encouraged them, and over 200 nominations were received.
The exhibition is up in the North Cloisters until the 31st of March.