BFWG empowers women through education
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On 14th November, members of BFWG gathered from across the country to attend the Westminster Seminar sponsored this year by Baroness Hazel Byford DBE. The BFWG President welcomed everyone and introduced the Baroness who was involved for many years with the WRVS...
The prize of £120 was awarded to Kayla Kret (far left), Bioengineering Research Group, Faculty of Engineering,University of Nottingham.Kayla is from Los Angeles, California and spent her undergraduate years at Fresno State studying Biology with an emphasis on Human...
Who we are and what we do
UWE/University Women of Europe award winning BFWG, voted a leading STEM organisation is the only multi – disciplinary womens’ Federation in the country and amongst the largest providers of post – graduate scholarships through its two charities.
Membership benefits include global networking through affiliation to GWI / Graduate Women International which has UN consultative status and UN Representatives in Paris, Geneva, Vienna and New York and opportunities for travel to conferences, Webinars, projects , Young members zoom meetings and exchanges world wide with other National Federations and Associations that are part of GWI ‘s 15,0000 strong Forum.
At National and local level, talks, lectures, presentations, social events and Business meetings are organised annually.
Find out more about a BFWG Award winner’s research.
BFWG Research proposal has been approved and now we need you!
The UWE have decided to cancel the 2020 AGM in Paris, and instead conduct a virtual AGM
Research Fellowships, 2021
St John’s College, University of Cambridge
St John’s College invites applications for up to four Research Fellowships, tenable for up to four years from 1 October 2021. The Fellowships offer an opportunity to carry out independent research in a stimulating and supportive academic environment. Applications will be accepted from any graduate of a university within or outside the United Kingdom.
For details please see https://sjcamrf.flexigrant.com
Applications must be submitted online and received by 14.00 BST on Wednesday 22 September 2020.
Dame Mary Beard in conversation with BFWG video
If you would like to view the Mary Beard video recording, please email Sarah Claydon at email@example.com and she will send you a link to the Zoom video.
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Awards and Prizes
The British Federation of Women Graduates supports and offers a range of awards and prizes each year.
They are are awarded in competition to female 3rd Year Ph.D. students of any nationality studying at a British University and you do not need to be a member to apply.