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Worldwide Conversation on Women’s Higher Education and Equality in the Workplace

 


On November 26, 2018, the Faculty of Computer Science will hold a joint event with the University of London – “Worldwide Conversation on Women’s Higher Education and Equality in the Workplace”. We have invited female leaders from the sphere of education, science and technology who will share their vision of gender equality and the how things stand in their respective fields in Russia.

Faculty of Computer Science is hosting the event which forms part of the University of London’s Leading Women campaign. This campaign celebrates 150 years since the University opened up its ‘Special Examinations for Women’, the first university-level examinations offered for women in the UK. This step led, ten years later, to the University of London becoming the first in the UK to open up full degrees for women. It now delivers study programmes for independent learners and those at local teaching institutions to 50,000 students in 180 countries across the world.

This launch event at the Higher School of Economics will be one of several events of "Worldwide Conversation", hosted by the University of London’s teaching institutions around the world, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Czech Republic, Kosovo, Turkey, Peru, and Pakistan. These international ‘conversations’ focus on in-country issues surrounding gender inequality in higher education and the workplace.

The result of this ‘worldwide conversation’ in Moscow will form part of a publication capturing all these ‘conversations’ from around the world.

The London ‘conversation’ took place on September 19 and focused on two key questions concerning women, empowerment and university education.

Time: November 26, 2018, 18:30 
Place: 3 Kochnovsky Proezd (room 509)

Speakers:

Anastasia Khrisanfova

HRD Retail, e-commerce, logistic; founder of the HRDome professional community

 

Moderator

Maria Yudkevich

Vice Rector

Maria will talk about career and gender equality in education around the world and the opportunities that higher education can give us.
Tamara Voznesenskaya

First Deputy Dean

Opening speech about tradition of IT Leading Women event (it is carried out for the fifth time already), why we are doing it with University of London this year and about gender situation at Faculty of Computer Science.
Maria Poptsova

Laboratory Head

Maria will tell us about her working experience in the Russian, American and European scientific community, her studies at the faculty of Physics and her career in science.
Natalia Koliadina

Manager: International College of Economics and Finance

Natalia will talk about differences and similarities in education in Russia and Great Britain. 

Olga Titova

Product owner, Mobile SDK at Abbyy


Olga will talk about her career development in a big company - from software engineer to product manager. 5 key skills, which you must have to build a successful career in a modern company. Do they differ for men and women? Are there any occupations in IT, which aren't available for women? 
Arkaja Chakraverty

Assistant Professor:International College of Economics and Finance

Arkaja will present us her views on international mobility in the area of finance.
 
Michal Rosenwald

1st year student of the master program "Analysis of Data in Biology and Medicine"

Topic ‘My path in the IT world and why top companies support diversity’.