Coffee Lectures

The Coffee Lectures were founded in 2018 by Anna Bot to create an environment where anyone would have the possibility to discuss gender equality and equity in a pragmatic and non-polarised way. It was an immediate success: Numbers regularly succeded 80 attendees and the Department of Mathematics decided to support it, too.

The format is as follows: Over lunch, phi:male provides some food, coffee, tea and cakes. Afterwards, a professor or an expert is invited to give an input on gender equality and equity; in the past, for example the topics of confidence, the leaky pipeline, the gender gap in mathematics and unconscious bias were discussed. After the input, the discussion is opened to all attendees.

Here, you can find the dates and places of our next coffee lecture, or browse through some of our old coffee lectures.
If you are interested in helping out, on the day or even get involved during the planning phase, please send us an email at!

Next Coffee Lecture: stay tuned for next semester! 😊

Past Coffee Lectures: