WISE are back with our first event of the new term!
Event date: Monday 20th October
Event time: 12.45-14.30
Location: The Old Library, Whitechapel campus
Synopsis: Geographical movement to another country in the name of academic pursuits inevitably presents with hurdles. This forum is intended to highlight some ofthe challenges faced by women in coming to the UK, such as language, cultural, domestic, social and financial issues. The speakers will present some of these challenges drawn from their personal experiences and give an insight into how they coped. Speakers include Professor Adina Michael-Titus (Barts and the London, SMD), Professor Federica Marelli-Berg (Barts and the London, SMD), Dr Nathalie Lebrasseur (SBCS) and Dr Noha Seoudi (Barts and the London, SMD). The event will be followed by a panel discussion and lunch will be provided.
12.45-1pm: Lunch and informal networking
1-1.05pm: Prompt start and introduction by event chair, Dr Sharan Sidhu
1.05-1.45: Talks by various speakers
1.45-2pm: Panel discussion with Professor Adina Michael-Titus, Professor Federica Marelli-Berg, Dr Nathalie Lebrasseur and Dr Noha Seoudi. Chaired by Dr Sharan Sidhu
2pm- Close of formal proceedings
2-2.30pm: Lunch and informal networking
Please note booking is essential.
We look forward to seeing you then!
More info and booking essential
For QMUL PhD students booking through the CAPD will earn you skill points for your record. Book in here under course code RW212: http://www.esdcourses.org.uk/userlistcourse.php