Call for Wiset+ Award nominations

Annual Women in Science, Engineering, Technology and Humanities (WiSET+) Awards Call for nominations The call for nominations is now open for the annual WiSET+ awards and will close Friday 17th April 2020. These awards recognise any members of our university community: students, academics, technical, administrative or managerial staff, who have made an outstanding contribution to supporting women in academia, above and beyond the requirements of their formal role. Continue reading →

Exhibits online

Pictures of the creative responses of WiSET+ first creativity exhibition are now available online. The theme "Women in Academia" could be explored in any way, any medium (painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, poetry, film, textiles, clay, digital etc.) and could be of any size. Take a look here to explore the variety of exhibits and marvel at the talent of our artists. Continue reading →

Ada Lovelace lecture 2018

WiSET+ were proud to organise a lecture to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day (yearly held on the 2nd Tuesday of October). This day, which is celebrated internationally, aims to increase the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) by recognising the achievements of women in STEM, and in doing so creating new role models to encourage more girls into STEM careers. Continue reading →

WiSET is changing its name!

As of September 2018, WiSET will now be known as WiSET+, signifying an expansion to all disciplines including science, technology, engineering, medicine, maths (STEMM), arts, humanities, social sciences, business and law (AHSSBL). WiSET+ will strengthen their working relationship with the other diversity groups within the university, aiming to keep inclusivity at the core of what we do. Continue reading →


Winning women! WiSET and WiSET award winners feature in the University of Southampton’s newsletter. Re:action is the University of Southampton's bi-annual Research and Enterprise newsletter offering insight into public policy related research conducted at the University as well as public engagement and business activities. Continue reading →