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Black History Month: Intergenerational discussion - Black Female Professors & Black Students

Date and time
Wednesday 25 October 2023, 14:00 BST to 16:00 BST
Attendance and participation
This is an online only event.
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About this webinar

In line with this year's Black History Month theme, "Celebrating our Sisters, Saluting our Sisters, and Honouring Matriarchs of Movements, the University of Bradford are organising an intergenerational discussion with Black Female Professors and Female Students. The discussion will focus around celebrating our Black Female leaders, and inspiring and supporting the future generation to achieve greater heights. 

Everyone is welcome to attend the event and take part in this discussion.

The event will take place online via Microsoft Teams, the link will be sent out after registration.



Panellists for this events will be:

Professor Udy Archibong, Pro Vice Chancellor Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, University of Bradford.

Professor Nnenna Ifeanyi-Ajufo, Professor of Technology Law, University of Bradford.

Elsa Marima, Student, University of Bradford.

Professor Dawn Edge, Professor Mental Health & Inclusivity, Division of Psychology & Mental Health, University of Manchester.

Professor Bugewa Apampa, Pro Vice Chancellor (PVC) for Education and Experience, University of East London.

Professor Laura Serrant, Regional Head of Nursing and Midwifery for NHS England’s Workforce Training and Education Directorate.

Cynthia Akinyemi, Student, University of Bradford.

Professor Engobo Emeseh, Head of School of Law, University of Bradford.

Onyinye Doris Nwachukwu, Student, University of Bradford.

Profiles of the panellists can be found here.


Register for this webinar