Find links to the articles included in the first edition of the Women's Network eNewsletter here

The SJC Women's Network is marking International Women's Day with the first edition of our new eNewsletter. In this landmark year, when we celebrate four decades of women matriculating at our College, we want to share some of the many initiatives going on to inspire, empower and celebrate all of the wonderful women of St John's, including alumnae, students, Fellows and staff. If you would like to contribute to a future edition of the newsletter, or to the Network in any other way, please do get in touch.

With warm wishes,

Robin Gorna

Chair of the SJC Women's Network

President's Portrait UnveilingRead our article below about what 40 Years of Women at St John's has looked like from the perspective of Professor Carolyne Larrington

From None to a Network: 40 Years of Women at St John's

Issy StephensRead the report from one of the Steering Group's student members, Issy Stephens, about how the JCR is championing women's issues

From the JCR

Read our article below about what being an alumna means to three different alumnae from three generations

Being an Alumna: Three Stories

The SJC Women's Network was formally launched in 2018 with the Women's Festival, organised by former Supernumerary Teaching Fellow in French, Jenny Oliver. Jane Power presented at the Festival on the experiences of highly educated women who leave their careers for family reasons and then transition back to the workforce later on. She published her insightful reflections on this subject on the Covey Club website.

After a Gap: 8 Strategies for Transitioning Back into The Workforce


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