Prof Nazira Karodia, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
10.15am, Parallel Session, Room 2, Journeying towards institutional structural gender equality change; reflections from GENOVATE@UNIBRAD
Nazira's interests are in promotion of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), gender in STEM and educational research in these areas. Her undergraduate studies were at the University of Natal, her PhD in chemistry from the University of St Andrews and her post-doctoral fellowship was at the Centre for Heterocyclic Chemistry at the University of Florida. Prior to her current posting to the University of Wolverhampton, where she is the Acting Dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Nazira was Senior Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Bradford, Director of their STEM Programme and Associate Dean (Student Recruitment) for the Faculty of Life Sciences. During the life of the National HE STEM Programme, she was its Yorkshire, Humber and North East Regional Director. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and one of the 175 Faces of Chemistry in the UK.