Sophie Miles

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  • Campus Pride 2021

    On Friday 25 June 2021 Kaleidoscope hosted the first ever Campus Pride event at the University of Bath! The event took place as part of the Summer at Bath range of activities for staff and students being held throughout June....

  • Committee member recruitment - Summer 2021

    We are excited to be recruiting the following new members for the Kaleidoscope LGBT+ Staff and PGR Group committee: Academic Representative, PGR Representative and Diversity & Inclusivity Officer. Our committee is warm, friendly, and informal. The time commitment for each...

  • Watch our LGBT+ History Month Lecture: Understanding LGBT+ working lives in the UK

    Yesterday Kaleidoscope were pleased to welcome Dr Luke Fletcher from the School of Management to give an online lecture about a recent research report he co-authored with the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) on the working lives of...

  • Transgender Day of Remembrance event - How it went

    Kaleidoscope recently held a panel event in honour of Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), to discuss the lived experience of trans people at work and university.  We were joined by Alisa Mayes, Trans Rep for the SU LGBT+ Support Group,...

  • New leaflet on being a trans ally

    Jimmy Brightwell, Kaleidoscope's Gender Identities Representative, has created a short, easy to digest leaflet for those who want to learn more about what being trans means, and how you can support trans people. So why not make yourself a cup...

  • 2020-21 group goals

    We are excited to announce the 2020-21 group goals for Kaleidoscope, the LGBT+ group for Staff and PGRs. Following a consultation with our membership we have written these goals to help guide the actions of the committee throughout the year....

  • Transgender Day of Remembrance panel discussion - 20 November 2020

    We are excited to be putting on an online panel event for the Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020 (TDOR). Kaleidoscope will be joined by a student, an alumna, and a former staff member who will be discussing what TDOR means...