Staff Parking Permit Renewal Summer 2018

Dear Colleagues,

All current parking permits will expire on 31 July 2018 and will need to be replaced.

You have until 31 August 2018 to register for, collect and display a valid parking permit.

As before, the Parking Permit application process is an online service and can be found on the staff page at Your Online Services. (This also applies to Hourly Paid Lecturers).

  • In order to comply with GDPR we do not keep your data for parking permits from one year to the next. Therefore in order to obtain a parking permit you will need to complete the online registration form.
  • Payment will be taken from your salary on a monthly basis at the published rate.
  • If you have a Blue Badge and are entitled to a permit free of charge, you will still need to register.  You will be issued with a UW parking permit but must ensure that your Blue Badge is displayed when parking in a University car park.

PLEASE NOTE: STAFF WHO ARE NOT DIRECTLY EMPLOYED BY UW SHOULD AWAIT SEPARATE COMMUNICATION.

Permits will be available for collection from Wednesday 17 July 2018.

Once you have completed your online application, your permit will be available for collection as follows:

  • St John’s Campus – Hines Facilities Reception from 1pm – 3pm (Mon – Fri)
  • City Campus – Charles Hastings Reception from 3pm – 5pm (Mon – Fri)
  • Jenny Lind – Reception from 3pm – 5pm (Mon – Fri)

You must bring your staff card with you for identification and you may not collect permits on behalf of another staff member.

Information about permit prices are available online.

If you have any queries relating to the permit process, please consult the Parking Permit FAQ 18-19 document before sending an email.

Kind regards,

Mark Hughes
The Estates and Facilities Team

Graduate Destination Information

We are pleased to let you know that our most recent graduate destinations survey of 2016-17 leavers has shown overall positive results:

  • 97% of graduates are in work or further study six months after completing their course
  • Graduate level employment has increased by 5.8% to 75.6%,
  • Unemployment rates have dropped to 3% compared to a national average of 5%
  • 67% of leavers in employment are working in the West Midlands.

For further information about where your graduates have gone, by Institute and by course, see O:\All Staff Documents\Employability\Graduate Destination information\2016-17 leavers

Please note that in the future all leavers including the 2017-18 cohort will be surveyed under the new Graduate Outcomes survey which will follow them up after 15 months rather than the current 6 month census period.

For further information about the survey or how we can work together to further improve graduate outcomes please contact Rose Watson r.watson@worc.ac.uk (Careers and Employability Service Manager).

For further information about the data please contact Katherine Bruce K.Bruce@worc.ac.uk (Employability Data Coordinator, Careers and Employability Service) or Matthew Thompson M.Thompson@worc.ac.uk (Data Analyst, Data Management Unit).

Electronic Management of Assessments Update

The EMA project is phasing in the use of Blackboard for the management of appropriate assessments. An increasing number of courses are engaging with the technology, with positive feedback from both academic staff and students. The aim is for all standard text based assessments to be submitted electronically by September 2019.

There is now information on the elearning webpages to give the background to the project and explain how EMA can benefit students, academic and administrative staff and external examiners, along with lots of supporting documentation.

A well attended information session was held earlier in the month and it’s intended to repeat this at the beginning of September for anyone who wants to find out more, see how the system works, and raise any questions or concerns. If you’d like to investigate moving your assessments over to EMA, please contact Libby Symonds in the Learning and Teaching Technology Unit, e.symonds@worc.ac.uk for a discussion.

 

Autism Summer School

The Disability and Dyslexia Service (DDS) are piloting a new initiative at the university this August aimed at supporting students with autism in their transition into Higher Education. This builds on our successful Early Induction days that run each year in the two days before Welcome Weekend each year but the Summer School will have a greater focus on independent living and a taste of university life. This exciting initiative is being run in partnership with academic and professional services from across the University.

For more information please contact Laura Bevis who is co-ordinating the event at laura.bevis@worc.ac.uk

Disability and Dyslexia Service – information for new students

The Disability and Dyslexia Service (DDS) are available to offer short introductory talks or presentations for new students during September and October. Alternatively we have some pre-prepared information slides and information materials that you might wish to include within your existing induction activities. These direct students to our advice and support including disability advice sessions held weekly between 10am and 4pm in firstpoint.

For more information please contact disability@worc.ac.uk.

GDPR reminder

Dear Colleague

Further to the all user emails sent on the 21st and 25th May about GDPR, the new data protection regulation, I wanted to remind colleagues of the steps they need to take in relation to personal data

  1. Please look at the Staff Privacy Notice https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/staff-privacy-notice.html as this relates to the information the University holds about you and how it is used
  2. If you collect personal data then please follow the instructions in the Guidance on writing Privacy Notices https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/guidance-on-writing-privacy-notices.html – please note that due to some additional work on the Data Protection pages the links in the Privacy Notice template have had to be updated so if you have already included a Privacy Notice on any data collection forms please check the links work.  My apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
  • you will find templates for Privacy Notices for your forms in the drop down box at the bottom of the page ‘Templates for Personal Data Collection Forms Privacy Notices’
  • if you collect personal data over the phone please see ‘Verbal Data Collection’
  • if you manage a mailing list for promoting conferences, events, etc please follow the advice under ‘Direct Marketing’
  1. Please take time to make yourself familiar with the new Data Protection Policy https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/content_images/Data_Protection_Policy_May2018(2).pdf and the Data Protection Guidance Handbook https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/content_images/Data_Protection_Guidance_Handbook_May_2018(1).pdf
  2. Under GDPR we are required to respond to requests for personal data within 1 calendar month.  Please see ‘Requests for Personal Data’ https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/requests-for-personal-data.html which gives advice on how to respond to requests including requests from family members and the police. Generally, most requests, unless they are normal everyday requests to HR or Registry Services should be referred to me.
  3. We need to respond to potential personal data breaches as soon as they are identified and in some cases report them to the ICO within 72 hours.  Please see ‘Personal Data Breach’https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/personal-data-breach.html which includes a flowchart  to assist you with identifying whether a personal data breach has occurred and information about what to do.  However, if you suspect a personal data breach may have occurred please do not delay in contacting me asap.
  4. Please also ensure that you have engaged with the requirements of the Information Security Policy https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/information-security.html and especially the Information Classification and Handling https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/information-classification-handling.html Particular care needs to be taken when sharing personal data both internally and externally and you can find advice on this in the Information Classification and Handling https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/information-classification-handling.html table. The biggest risk to personal data security is human error so please take a moment and think twice before forwarding attachments. Instead use a link to an O drive folder or share the document via Onedrive instead.
  5. Finally, please review your records, both paper and electronic, and ensure that you are complying with the Records and Document Management Retention Schedule https://www.worcester.ac.uk/informationassurance/records-management.html Under data protection legislation we have to be clear with people about how long we keep their data and we have to ensure that we don’t retain the data for longer than is necessary for the purpose it was collected.

In addition to the above you will also find the following information on the Information Assurance webpages

As previously advised there will be mandatory online training for all staff in the first half of 2018/19.  We are currently reviewing and refining the material and will be in touch with colleagues in due course with the details for undertaking the training.

I hope you find the above information self-explanatory but if you have queries please do not hesitate to contact me

Best wishes

Helen

Helen Johnstone
Head of Information Assurance/Manager – University Strategic Projects

Summer Holiday camps at Lakeside Campus

The University of Worcester presents a series of fun-packed holiday clubs, of outdoor adventure sport and activities. Held during the school holidays, treat your children to quality time playing in the great outdoors under the careful guidance of our qualified and friendly instructors. Whether it’s canoeing on the lake, soaring on a zip line or testing your bush craft skills – there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Typical activities will include canoeing, archery, raft building, bush craft and much much more…

Week 1 – 30th July to 3rd Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 2 – 6th Aug to 10th Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 3 – 13th Aug to 17th Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 4 – 20th Aug to 24th Aug (Monday to Friday)

Week 5 – 28th Aug to 31st Aug (Tuesday to Friday)

Time – 08:30 to 17:00
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call: 01905 622 223 or email: Lakeside@worc.ac.uk
Book online at:
Price:
1-5 Days £30.00pp/pd
6–10 Days £25.00pp/pd
11+ Days £20.00pp/pd

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships Information Session – 25 July 12.30-14.00 EE G164

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) link business with an academic organisation and a graduate for a period of 1-3 years. A KTP enables a business to bring in new skills and the latest academic thinking to deliver a specific, strategic innovation project through a knowledge-based partnership. Innovate UK grants are available to support part of the costs of this partnership, with funding also provided by the participating business.

The Research Office has asked Innovate UK to run an information session about this scheme for colleagues. This session will be of interest to staff currently involved in research and knowledge exchange activity with a business, or staff looking to develop new business partnerships.

Please book online through the University’s Staff Development Workshops booking portal (click on the ‘Research’ tab).

For more information about this scheme or the session please contact karen.dobson@worc.ac.uk, Research and Knowledge Exchange Facilitator, Research Office.

Resource Lists: help available

In an ideal world, Resource Lists need to be published by 1st August so that Library Services can buy any new books needed in time for the next academic year. While there is doubtless many a timetabling/ staffing/ curriculum decision to be made between now and next semester, please review and publish lists if the module is running and the bulk of the content will likely remain the same. You can:

  1. Update, publish and send the list for review yourself by 1 August.
  2. Book an appointment with your Academic Liaison Librarian to update/ publish your lists.

If modules are not running or you have new modules, please email your Liaison Librarian.

With thanks to all who have completed their lists so far:


resource lists

Yoga – Tuesday 5:15-6:45pm

Lovetree Yoga is on as usual in Gym 1, St John’s Campus on Tuesday 17 July, however there will be one week’s break on Tuesday 24 July with class resuming on Tuesday 31 July as normal.

Everyone is welcome to come and join an invigorating and dynamic Vinyasa flow yoga practice, regardless of your level of fitness, ability or experience of yoga. Mats, blocks and straps are provided and you are welcome to bring your own.

Prices are £8 to drop in, £3 for students or purchase a 5 class pass for £35. Your first class is half price! The classes are open to all so please pass on this info if you have a friend or colleague who would be interested. The group is very friendly and we like having fun and giving everything a go – no matter how much we wobble on our mats!

Please contact Katy Chessum-Rice for further information at katy@lovetreeyoga.co.uk or follow ‘Lovetree Yoga’ on Facebook.

Lovetree Yoga_Summer Class Schedule

IHS Research Seminar Series

As part of the IHS Research Seminar Series, two of our PhD Students will be sharing the session on 11 July 2018.

Emma Radclyffe’s presentation is entitled ‘Examining Borderline Personality Disorder Diagnosis in Bipolar Disorder’ and Kim Caldwell’s is entitled ‘An exploration of illness perceptions in people with bipolar disorder: using the Self-Regulation Model to develop a grounded theory’.

The seminar will take place 1.00pm-2.00pm in BYG197.

Download the flyer for more details.

OneDrive Training Workshop

Introduction to using OneDrive Training Workshop

More dates added : Thursday 9th August, Tuesday 21st August, Thursday 30th August

Time: 10:00-11:00am

Room: WB023

Introductory course covering OneDrive for Business and using it in the University environment.

This course covers the following:

  • Basic opening, navigation and access
  • Working with folder and files
  • Uploading & downloading
  • Sharing and collaboration
  • Using browser and application versions

Training will include practical elements where staff will be able to learn by doing with plenty of opportunity for questions.

If you’re interested in the above workshop you can now book a space through the workshop bookings system or by contacting the HR Training Team (training@worc.ac.uk).

Resource Lists

Resource Lists: help available

In an ideal world, Resource Lists need to be published by 1st August so that Library Services can buy any new books needed in time for the next academic year. While there is doubtless many a timetabling/ staffing/ curriculum decision to be made between now and next semester, please review and publish lists if the module is running and the bulk of the content will likely remain the same. You can:

  1. Update, publish and send the list for review yourself by 1st
  2. Book an appointment with your Academic Liaison Librarian to update/ publish your lists.

If modules are not running or you have new modules, please email your Liaison Librarian.

With thanks to all who have completed their lists so far:

resource-list-image

Volunteering Hours Total

The volunteering hours total is in!

The Students’ Union and University are very proud of the tradition at Worcester of students volunteering to help those less fortunate than themselves, or to represent their fellow students and peers. Volunteering, in this increasingly competitive world, is a key activity for students to undertake to enhance their employability and learn new skills.  Students have told us in the past that volunteering has inspired them to get more involved in their local communities and that it has also helped to relieve them of the stresses of University life.

The V-Record is a volunteering recognition system that allows the Students’ Union to reward students for the fantastic work they do for the SU, University and the local community. The 2017-18 V-Record deadline has passed and from 200 students, a combined total of 18675.50 volunteering hours have been logged! 69% of the hours logged by our students were from volunteering work they had completed out in the community and surrounding area.

A huge congratulations has been sent to all those students that logged hours, with those individuals also receiving volunteering awards for all of their hard work and dedication.

The V-Record for 2018-19 is now open and students can start logging their volunteering hours once again. With lots of work in place, we hope to see our numbers grow when the students return in September and throughout the 2018-19 academic year.

Yoga – Tuesday 5:15-6:45pm

Vinyasa Flow is a more dynamic style of yoga which links breath with movement to get you warm and keep you in motion throughout the session. We work through the Sun Salutations A and B to warm up and then move through balancing, core strength, back bends and twists before coming to a lovely deep rest and meditation to finish.

All levels of experience welcome! Mats are provided and you are welcome to bring your own. Prices are £8 to drop in, £3 for students or purchase a 5 class pass for £35. Remember that your first class is half price so perfect if you’re unsure and would like to have a go! The classes are open to all so please pass on this info if you have a friend or colleague who would be interested. The group is very friendly and we like having fun and giving everything a go – no matter how much we wobble!

Classes are every week on Tuesday from 5:15-6:45pm in Gym 1, St John’s Campus.

Please contact Katy Chessum-Rice for further information at katy@lovetreeyoga.co.uk or follow ‘Lovetree Yoga’ on Facebook for details of the classes running throughout the summer.

Lovetree Yoga_Summer Classes 2018_Poster for Reception

University Teaching Award Scheme

The 2018 University Teaching Award Scheme is now launched, and this has been developed as part of the initiatives to celebrate excellence at UW.

This new scheme is designed to recognise and reward excellent and outstanding practice in teaching, and in supporting and leading learning. The Scheme explicitly promotes innovative, inspiring and excellent practice which is outstanding in its impact to enhance and inspire student learning.

There are three categories of Award:

A             University of Worcester Teaching Award

B             University of Worcester Teaching Team Award

C             University of Worcester Leading Teaching Award.

Applications are welcomed from staff with a range of experience including academic staff, professional services and staff working in learning support. Full details are attached, and also available via the webpage http://www.worc.ac.uk/edu/1285.htm.

Introductory information workshops are scheduled through May and June. This year all applicants must attend an information workshop prior to application.

Bookings can me made via the staff development webpages

UW Teaching Award Scheme: Information Workshops

This workshop offers the opportunity to understand the requirements for the UWTAS, consider one’s next steps to an application and ask any questions.

NB: All applicants MUST attend an information workshop prior to application

Writing Workshops:

These offer the opportunity to write, ask questions and receive one-to-one support.

Wednesday 12 July 2018                12.15 pm – 2.15 pm                  room CC 009 (Hereford Room)

Important Dates:

Submit application: by 21 September 2018 (3 pm deadline) via teachingaward@worc.ac.uk

If you have any questions please email Kerry Whitehouse at k.whitehouse@worc.ac.uk or teachingaward@worc.ac.uk

Summer Holiday camps at Lakeside Campus

The University of Worcester presents a series of fun-packed holiday clubs, of outdoor adventure sport and activities. Held during the school holidays, treat your children to quality time playing in the great outdoors under the careful guidance of our qualified and friendly instructors. Whether it’s canoeing on the lake, soaring on a zip line or testing your bush craft skills – there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Typical activities will include canoeing, archery, raft building, bush craft and much much more…

Week 1 – 30th July to 3rd Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 2 – 6th Aug to 10th Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 3 – 13th Aug to 17th Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 4 – 20th Aug to 24th Aug (Monday to Friday)

Week 5 – 28th Aug to 31st Aug (Tuesday to Friday)

Time – 08:30 to 17:00
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call: 01905 622 223 or email: Lakeside@worc.ac.uk
Book online at:
Price:
1-5 Days £30.00pp/pd
6–10 Days £25.00pp/pd
11+ Days £20.00pp/pd

Final two participants required for research study

Final two participants required for this exciting, insightful research study! Do you want to get more active? Do you want to be part of some novel research taking place at the University of Worcester? This study explores a new approach to how and where we exercise. High-intensity interval exercise is recently becoming a more popular mode of training based on its time-efficiency compared with traditional, continuous and moderate-intensity exercise. However, the time-efficiency becomes questionable if a time-consuming visit to the gym is required in order to undertake this training. We are investigating whether high intensity workouts in the living room can be just as effective as a trip down the gym, by exploring many different effects of a bout of non-gym-based bouts of high-intensity interval exercise, such as star jumps, on the body.

For your time and efforts, you will receive a free month’s gym membership at the University McClelland Centre for Health & Wellbeing and the St John’s campus gym, as well as be entered into a prize draw to win a prize up to the value of £150.

If you are female, aged 18-50, currently doing less than 150 minutes of exercise per week and with a BMI of 25-35, we would love to have you involved. Participating in this study will require 3 visits to the laboratory from around 8am-2:30pm (over the next couple of months), but during most of this time you are free to work from the laboratory. If you are able to work away from your office for this amount of time and are interesting in participating, please see the attached poster and email Alice Burgin at a.burgin@worc.ac.uk. Thank you!

Recruitment Poster

Students’ Union Induction Talks

We’d like to give staff a friendly reminder that this September, the SU is once again offering 15 minute induction talks for all courses. These talks can be embedded within your existing induction sessions and we can be flexible regarding locations and times.

For more information, and if you would like to book an SU talk for your induction session, please email our Student Voice Assistant, Jodie Stilgoe at j.stilgoe@worc.ac.uk with the date, time, and course(s).

European Congress of Adapted Physical Activity (EUCAPA)

The University of Worcester is hosting the EUCAPA conference from the 3-5 July – the first time that this prestigious conference has been held in the UK since its inception in 1986.

170 delegates are expected from around 30 countries from as far afield as Australia, Brazil, China, Japan and South Korea as well as from North America and all over Europe.

All the scientific presentations and workshops will be held at Severn Campus (the Arena and Riverside Building). A number of delegates are staying on campus so please make them feel welcome!

See the conference webpage for programme information and profiles of the keynote speakers and guests.

https://www.worc.ac.uk/discover/european-congress-of-adapted-physical-activity.html

 

 

Battle of Worcester Society – Hearing women’s voices in the English Civil Wars

Hearing Women’s Voices during the English Civil Wars

  • The Society is delighted to welcome Anne Laurence, Emeritus Professor of the Open University, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, School of History, who will be presenting our third Civil War Talk this season, Hearing Women’s Voices during the English Civil Wars – what wartime meant to everyday life.

Anne started her career as a historian working on parliamentary army chaplains, at the time debate raged about the nature of English civil war radicalism. After that she worked on women, publishing a general text book on women in England 1500-1760. She continued to work on women and latterly worked on women investors in the stock-market of the early eighteenth century, but she digressed into Irish history, the history of grief and of women’s psychological disorders, all inspired by fortunate archival discoveries. She retired as professor of history at the Open University two years ago and is now co-ordinating a community history project on the 37 First World War casualties commemorated in the church of the Oxford parish in which she lives.

Anne

Day and Date:                         Thursday 12 July, 2018

Time    :                                   Doors open 6.30 p.m.   Talk begins 7.00 p.m.

Place:                                      The Studio, The Hive, Sawmill Walk, The Butts, Worcester, WR1 3PD (note change of venue)

Tickets:                                    Students £3, BOWS members £5, Guests £7 – can be purchased at the door on the night, or in advance from the Gift Shop at the Commandery, the Information Tourist Centre in the High Street or from the Society on 01905 358640

The Hive Café is open throughout the evening

Parking:                                   There is a large car park at The Hive, charges are 40p for half an hour and from 7.00 p.m. it is £1 only, no further payment needed

Anne has many published works, a list of them can be seen on the Open University website:  http://www.open.ac.uk/research/people/al22

We look forward to seeing you there!

Best wishes,

Christine Shaw
Events Secretary
BOWS

 

Summer Holiday camps at Lakeside Campus

The University of Worcester presents a series of fun-packed holiday clubs, of outdoor adventure sport and activities. Held during the school holidays, treat your children to quality time playing in the great outdoors under the careful guidance of our qualified and friendly instructors. Whether it’s canoeing on the lake, soaring on a zip line or testing your bush craft skills – there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Typical activities will include canoeing, archery, raft building, bush craft and much much more…

Week 1 – 30th July to 3rd Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 2 – 6th Aug to 10th Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 3 – 13th Aug to 17th Aug (Monday to Friday)
Week 4 – 20th Aug to 24th Aug (Monday to Friday)

Week 5 – 28th Aug to 31st Aug (Tuesday to Friday)

Time – 08:30 to 17:00
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call: 01905 622 223 or email: Lakeside@worc.ac.uk
Book online at:
Price:
1-5 Days £30.00pp/pd
6–10 Days £25.00pp/pd
11+ Days £20.00pp/pd

Great Hive Book Rescue/ Book Harvest (there’s a difference!)

Some of you may have received emails from an external company, Book Harvest, scheduling a pick-up of your unwanted books on 4 July. Please note that this is not related to our very own Great Hive Book Rescue, our annual event where books are resold to benefit UW students and charity. Collections for the Great Hive Book Rescue 2018 are currently being accepted in firstpoint, Charles Hastings and The Hive. We would greatly appreciate any donations you may have and are grateful for your support for The Hive and UW students.

Poster as PNG

Charity Challenge 80s Disco

Following the success of the University Charity Challenge, the 80s Edition Team would like to invite all competitors, university colleagues, friends and family to an 80s themed fundraising disco on Friday 13th July from 7.00pm in The Hangar.
Tickets are £5 with all proceeds going towards Smile for Joel.
The evening will feature our very own Terry Walls performing a live set followed by a disco, an 80s themed tuck shop and a raffle.
We look forward to seeing you there and hope to see you in your 80s wear!
Please register your interest by emailing s.franklin@worc.ac.uk.
 
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Introduction to using OneDrive Training

Date: Tuesday 24 July

Time: 10:00-11:00am   Room: WB023

OneDrive for business: Introductory course covering OneDrive for Business and using it in the University environment.

This course covers the following:

  • Basic opening, navigation and access
  • Working with folder and files
  • Uploading & downloading
  • Sharing and collaboration
  • Using browser and application versions

Training will include practical elements where staff will be able to learn by doing with plenty of opportunity for questions.

If you’re interested in the above workshop you can now book a space through the workshop bookings system or by contacting the HR Training Team (training@worc.ac.uk).

 

 

Final two participants required for research study

Final two participants required for this exciting, insightful research study! Do you want to get more active? Do you want to be part of some novel research taking place at the University of Worcester? This study explores a new approach to how and where we exercise. High-intensity interval exercise is recently becoming a more popular mode of training based on its time-efficiency compared with traditional, continuous and moderate-intensity exercise. However, the time-efficiency becomes questionable if a time-consuming visit to the gym is required in order to undertake this training. We are investigating whether high intensity workouts in the living room can be just as effective as a trip down the gym, by exploring many different effects of a bout of non-gym-based bouts of high-intensity interval exercise, such as star jumps, on the body.

For your time and efforts, you will receive a free month’s gym membership at the University McClelland Centre for Health & Wellbeing and the St John’s campus gym, as well as be entered into a prize draw to win a prize up to the value of £150.

If you are female, aged 18-50, currently doing less than 150 minutes of exercise per week and with a BMI of 25-35, we would love to have you involved. Participating in this study will require 3 visits to the laboratory from around 8am-2:30pm (over the next couple of months), but during most of this time you are free to work from the laboratory. If you are able to work away from your office for this amount of time and are interesting in participating, please see the attached poster and email Alice Burgin at a.burgin@worc.ac.uk. Thank you!

Recruitment Poster