Oxford Research & Policy | Project Juno Guidance for Athena SWAN Gold awards
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Juno Gold Guidance

Journeying to the end of the rainbow: Guidance for Juno Champions working towards Athena SWAN Gold

The aim of the Institute of Physics’ Project Juno is to recognise and reward departments that can demonstrate they have taken action to address the under-representation of women in university physics and to encourage better practice for both women and men.

There are three levels of Juno awards:

  • Supporter
  • Practitioner
  • Champion

Practitioner level is broadly equivalent to an Athena SWAN Bronze award and Champion level is equivalent to an Athena SWAN Silver award.

Juno does not have a level equivalent to the Athena SWAN Gold award and so the Institute of Physics commissioned Oxford Research & Policy to produce some guidance for physics departments thinking of applying for Athena SWAN Gold awards.

Download the guidance here.