Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME)
The School of Chemistry is strengthened by being made up of staff and students representing a range of ethnicities. The School is committed to ensuring that staff and students from all backgrounds feel welcome and supported during their time here.
Being BME in STEM
An event held by student researchers and staff at the University of Bristol on 6 February 2019, highlighted the challenges and experience of being BME in STEM across South West Universities. The findings of the event are outlined in the report below.
All staff who identify as BAME are invited to join the BAME Staff network - a network where staff can share experiences and suggest positive steps that could be taken to ensure that all staff have a consistent and possitive experience at the University.
The university also has many student societies and networks which can offer support and allow students to share experiences. These include the Bristol SU Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network and the Bristol SU International Students Network.
Bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, assault and discrimination are not acceptable. Students and staff can report something anonymously or get advice.
The University has a network of trained volunteers who provide an informal advisory service to staff who feel they may be experiencing unacceptable behaviour, bullying or harassment at work. The Advisors help people accused of unacceptable behaviour as well as those who are unhappy with behaviour.
You may find the following resources useful:
Please note the School of Chemistry Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee meets six times a year. If you have any questions concerning EDI or anything you would like to raise with the committee please email firstname.lastname@example.org.