On Thursday October 31st, SDU’s International Gender Advisory Board were panelists when SDU welcomed everyone to an afternoon focused on gender perspectives in recruitments to academic positions at the university.
In August 2018, Trinity College in Dublin welcomed hundreds of gender equality practitioners, researchers, policy makers and administrators to this three-day biennial conference focused on gender in academia and research.
In June 2018, LERU, the League of European Research Universities, held its second gender conference.
In the spring of 2017, the network was constituted with the purpose of strengthening the gender equality endeavors broadly across the Danish universities. In June, the network´s first annual seminar took place in Frederica.
With the approval of the Executive Board, SDU's new Gender Statistics database is now available to all employees. With assistance from colleauges from Financial Services and Human Ressource Services, SDU's Gender Equality Team, GET, is behind the establishment of the new database.
Thursday April 12th 2018, SDU officially launched its new strategic gender equality initiative with a kick-off symposium where SDU’s newly established International Gender Advisory Board presented their recommendations for SDU’s gender equality endeavors.
SDU’s gender equality initiative and the establishment of the Gender Equality Team mentioned in the Danish newspaper Weekendavisen and Norwegian Kifinfo
In March 2018, SDU’s Gender Equaltiy Team joined a EUROsociAL+ exchange in Copenhagen with a delegation from Mexico's National Institute for Women (INMUJERES)
The Danish newspaper Fyens Stiftstidende covers SDU's new Gender Equality initiative and the establishment of the Gender Equality Team.
In November 2017, SDU's Gender Equality Team participated in the conference "Creating a competitive edge through diversity – leadership for Nordic research excellence towards 2030" in Oslo.
GET visited Lamont Observatory to learn more about their gender equality and diversity efforts
A new professional community for gender equality workers at the Danish universities has been established under the name GEAR:DK. The network had its first meeting at SDU.