WIRN Event - Sept 18th 2018

Issued: Fri, 31 Aug 2018 11:27:00 BST

WIRN Tuesday 18th September, 1200-1330, Senate Room (Main Building)
Dr Veena O’Halloran – alternative academic careers and professional development for professional services staff

 

Sign up at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wirn-dr-veena-ohalloran-tickets-49647284364

This is the second of the new series of the WIRN (Women in Research Network). Though the network was originally aimed at female colleagues, everyone is encouraged to attend this event and they are designed to cover all job families. This particular event may appeal to those considering roles outside of research and those in professional services roles.

In this session we are very pleased that Dr Veena O’Halloran will be presenting. As someone who has made the transition from academia to professional services, Dr O'Halloran will be discussing both alternative careers for academics and also personal development in professional services roles. This will be followed by a Q&A session.

Dr Veena O’Halloran Profile: https://www.strath.ac.uk/staff/universitymanagement/universitysecretarycomplianceofficerdrveronicaohalloran/

Less funding this year means we can no longer provide lunch but please feel free to bring lunch with you to eat during the talks. Tea and coffee will be served.

The meeting starts at 1200 with the discussion session from1300.

 

Hope to see you there

Best wishes

Dr Jennifer Logue MBChB MRCP MD FRCPath

 

Future Events:

  • 7th Nov - Prof Carron Shankland, Prof of Computer Science, University of Stirling. A recommendation from those who saw her talk at an Aurora event - Prof Shankland speaks very openly about her own career and the struggles she has had with work-life balance affecting her health, and how she overcame them. To visit Prof Carron Shankland's profile, please click here: https://www.stir.ac.uk/people/11111

  • 20th Nov - Workshop with Dr Tracey Stead on Resilience. After last years successful workshop with Sara Shinton, it was decided to repeat this concept, with a workshop linked to Prof Shankland's talk covering resilience.

  • 31st Jan - Event hosted by the School of Psychology focusing on mental health and wellbeing.