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Equality, diversity and wellbeing

The Sensor CDT and Cambridge University are committed to promote equality and diversity and support the wellbeing of its students and staff.

Please follow the links below for information on the various topics.

University’s welfare guidance and support for students
http://www.cambridgestudents.cam.ac.uk/welfare-and-wellbeing

Dignity@Study
http://www.studentcomplaints.admin.cam.ac.uk/harassment-sexual-misconduct

Code of Practice for research students
http://www.cambridgestudents.cam.ac.uk/new-students/manage-your-student-information/graduate-students/code

Graduate Union (support and advice)
http://www.gradunion.cam.ac.uk/

Examples of departmental diversity initiatives
Engineering
Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology
Women in Physics

College Graduate Tutors
If you have any concerns about your student life in Cambridge please contact your College Graduate Tutor who should be able to point you in the right direction for support.

Upcoming events

Industry Lecture: "R&D in a global science company: How things work"

Jun 21, 2018

Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology

Upcoming events

RSS Feed News

Sensor CDT Student first publication with her new team

May 22, 2018

Congratulation to Johanna Kölbel, Sensor CDT MRes student, on the publication of her first paper with the Terahertz Applications Group.

Sensor CDT students at Creativity Sandpit with Imperial and Warwick CDTs

May 22, 2018

A Creativity Sandpit took place on 15-17 May 2018 at Easthamstead Park near Bracknell in a big old mansion and about 30 brilliant minds working together. It was organised by the High Performance Embedded and Distributed Systems (HiPEDS) CDT at Imperial College. In addition to HiPEDS and Sensor CDT, the Warwick Urban Science CDT joined in as well.

Sensor CDT Student awarded a £15,000 ChAMP and WAFT Collaboration Fund

May 22, 2018

Farah Alimagham, a Sensor CDT talented student, has been awarded a collaborative grant to work with the CDT in Metamaterials (Engineering at the University of Exeter).

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