For the first time, the LGBT+ working group #BuildingEquality marched at Leeds Pride, setting an example of how leading organisations can unite to tackle sector-wide challenges and advocate change.
Leeds is part of a consortium of 15 organisations receiving £591,463 to boost the representation of women, disabled people, LGBT+, and minority ethnic backgrounds in Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Students are very satisfied with the quality of education they receive in engineering and computing at Leeds as told by the latest NSS scores.
To promote LGBT+ visibility among in the construction sector, Civil Engineering will be taking part in Leeds Pride this year.
In recognition of her contributions to indoor air research, Professor Cath Noakes has been conferred as a Fellow of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate.