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International Women's Day

By University of South Wales

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The University of South Wales supports International Women's Day with a mix of lectures, opinion pieces and reminiscences from our staff and students. In 2011, the University produced a series of short, online lectures with some of its finest academics to celebrate International Women's Day 2011. The lecturers chose a topic to tie in with that year's theme of Equal access to education, training and science & technology: Pathway to decent work for women'. In 2015, the University presented a wide range of commentaries on its website to support the theme of 'Make It Happen'. These have been collected into an ebook of the same name. The 2016 theme is 'Pledge for Parity'. The University of South Wales (USW) was formed in April 2013 by the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport. As one of Britain’s most exciting new universities and a major player in higher education, the University is among the top 10 campus universities in the UK by student number and attracts a cosmopolitan mix of students from 120 countries. With over 30,000 students across five campuses, it was rated top for student support in the Times Higher Education Awards 2012. Note: some items in this collection may have been originally published on iTunes U by the University of Glamorgan.