UNSW School of Aviation strongly supports the UNSW’s Equity Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) strategy and initiatives. Our school offers staff and students a safe and supportive environment, and welcomes everyone regardless of their race, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender identification.
UNSW Science has implemented The Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Working Group who are committed to reducing barriers which impede EDI via initiatives that benefit both staff and students. The aim of the group is to support an equitable workplace for all staff and students of UNSW and to provide strategic direction and leadership in line with UNSW’s 2025 Strategy.
Learn more about our EDI initiatives at faculty level.
There is a School of Aviation EDI Committee that meets regularly to ensure that EDI goals are set and met by the school. The EDI Committee is headed by A/P Carlo Caponecchia, and includes the School Manager and Project Officer.
In liaison with UNSW Disability Services, our school coordinates appropriate course accommodations for students. The Disability Services liaison people is Katie Wang (Undergraduate Programs Coordinator) and Jamie Lim (Postgraduate Programs Coordinator). Please phone (02) 9385 6767 if you'd like to raise any issues or have any questions.
We provide a range of inclusive webinars which give information about the importance of inclusive science, research and policy. The inclusive webinars showcase best practice approaches to partnership, visibility and representation in science.
UNSW Science provides EDI student initiatives that will offer you the resources to enhance your UNSW experience. Find out more about our inaugural EDI awards where we celebrate student success. Read our Student Offerings resource pack for more support services.
The Science Equity Diversity & Inclusion Team are implementing an exciting new initiative that is designed to increase the visibility of diverse scientists. The program will redefine the characteristics of a traditional scientist by displaying the images and stories of diverse science role models throughout history.
For a monthly summary of the latest research and information on EDI matters relevant to science, subscribe to ExpEDIte: The Science Equity Diversity & Inclusion Roundup.