Melissa Evans

Policy Fellowships Coordinator at Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge

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Policy Fellowships Coordinator

Melissa Evans is the Policy Fellowships Coordinator at the Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge. She is responsible for organising a number of Policy Fellowship programmes and serving as a point of first contact for Policy Fellows.

Melissa previously worked as Engagement Manager at the University of Lancaster. Prior to that, she spent several years working as a consultant for the Global Judicial Integrity Network at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime with a focus on partnership building and communications.

Melissa holds a master’s degree in Advanced International Studies from the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and a bachelor’s degree in German and Political Science from Wellesley College.

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    A nuanced look at public opinions on diversity

    The Centre for Science and Policy resumed its series of in-person seminars in collaboration with the British Academy with a discussion of The Woolf Institute’s report: “How We Get Along: The Diversity Study of England and Wales 2020”. The Institute’s Director of Research Dr Julian Hargreaves presented the findings as well as Professor Tariq Modood, Professor of Sociology, Politics and Public Policy, University of Bristol.