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UKCCSRC ECR Virtual Awayday – ECR Opportunities: academic and industry experiences
9 February 2022 @ 13:00 - 15:30
Resources available from the event have been added to the agenda below.
In place of the postponed face-to-face Awayday we’d previously planned, we are now holding a virtual ECR Awayday on 9th February 2022, 13.00-15.30.
At our first ECR Awayday of the year, we’ll be hearing from a range of ECRs about how they’ve taken advantage of opportunities offered by UKCCSRC to benefit their careers. We’ll be hearing from ECRs who have made use of our ECR Collaboration Fund, as well as both parties (ECR and employer) in our SSE secondment/placement role, which is currently being recruited for!
|Welcome and Introduction
|Jen Roberts, University of Strathclyde
|ECR Collaboration Fund: What did I do?
|Jazmin Mota, University of Edinburgh
Charithea Charalambous, Heriot-Watt University
|Industrial Secondment: What did I learn?
|Jacqueline Penn, Newcastle University
|Industrial Secondment: What did we gain?
|Thomas Snow, SSE
|Upcoming UKCCSRC ECR Opportunities
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