Culture, history and society
Project Juno recognises and rewards departments and schools of physics, institutes and organisations that have taken action to:
- address gender equality in physics
- encourage best practice for all staff
Participation in Project Juno will enable you to work towards developing an equitable working culture in which all students and staff can achieve their full potential.
Juno award levels
Start your Juno journey by:
- endorsing the project’s six principles
- making a commitment to work towards Practitioner and then Champion
Demonstrate that your Juno journey is well underway with:
- qualitative and quantitative evidence gathering
- your initial action plan to demonstrate how you aim to achieve Champion status
Demonstrate that the six principles are embedded throughout and:
- gather further evidence
- have an action plan to demonstrate how you will continue to develop good practice
Juno Excellence Programme and Award
As a Juno Champion, you develop a programme of activities in conjunction with the IOP to showcase and embed successful and innovative practice nationally.
The following application deadlines are for Juno Practitioners and Champions:
Please see the important applicant information sent in April 2020 regarding extensions to submissions due to COVID-19.
- Friday 23 April 2021
Advise of intention to make an application by 12 March 2021
- Friday 5 November 2021
Advise of intention to make an application by 1 October 2021
Email [email protected] to find out more and to discuss becoming a Juno Supporter, Practitioner or Champion.