Making an impact with your PhD: 26th November
This event is for current or prospective researchers at the University of Glasgow. It's a chance for you to hear about the cutting edge research going on in other Schools as well the different types of career path a research degree can open up for you.
Please download the flyer for "Making an impact with your PhD"
Kathleen Too, Deputy Editor, Green Chemistry (A journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry)
Osian Meredith, Nexxus Manager (Glasgow and West of Scotland Hub)
We've also invited contributions from current PhD students, who will present their research on subjects ranging from parasites and disease to decision making in the fire and rescue services.
A full programme and speaker biographies can be found here:
Please come along to support your fellow postgrads who will be showcasing their research on the day. It's also an opportunity for you to look at your own research from a different perspective and perhaps find future collaborators. The event will be followed by a wine reception and we hope to see as many of you there as possible.
For catering purposes, please let me know if you intend to come along by booking a place on the online booking form - http://www.fom.gla.ac.uk/RDTC/index.aspx
The event will take place in the Sir Charles Wilson Building from 1.30pm-5pm (E15 on the campus map, this is a former church, http://www.gla.ac.uk/media/media_121383_en.pdf ).
Future 'Making an impact' events will be advertised at:
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