This annual event will explore how we can engage students and support early career researchers through specific interventions aimed at addressing the challenges of remote working and feelings of anxiety and lack of empowerment. Aimed at all STEM staff, PGRs and student representatives and those responsible for diversity and inclusion including Project Juno and diversity champions, Athena SWAN representatives, HR managers and academics.
Chair – Professor, Nigel Mason, Head of School and E&D Committee
The effect of online/remote learning on widening participating students – Amy Low, Service Delivery Director, AbilityNet
Understanding attainment differentials at a London-based university: student engagement through a mixed-method lens
Dr Diego Bunge, Independent Researcher and Dr Daniel Hartley, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Early Career Researcher Mental Health in Academia
Dr Zoë Ayres, Research Scientist and Mental Health Advocate