Bond University Women Network Research Breakfast

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Description

The BUWN Women in Research breakfast seminar will showcase researchers at different stages of their career, highlighting the impact their research has on the community.

Speakers include:

Dr Libby Sanders - Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, BBS. Libby's research examines the way in which work environments influence human thinking, performance and behaviour.

Dr Donna Henson - Associate Professor of Communication and the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Service Quality, FSD. Donna's research explores the significance of narrative meaning-making to identity, particularly post-trauma.

Prof Janie Smith - Professor of Innovations in Medical Education, HSM. Prof Smith has designed and coordinated three master's degrees and teaches into the Indigenous health curriculum

Additional information

149 attendees
Feedback:
Delegate 1 “I didn’t get a chance to chat the other day but I did want to say how much I enjoyed the Woman’s Networking event. I learnt so much from hearing those presenters. Really inspiring.”
Delegate 2 “……….thanked you & the BUWN committee for organising such an awesome line-up of speakers today. I’ve been to a conference or two in my time (as I’m sure you have) and seen lots of women speak (because, dietitians) but those women today were world class. Smart, funny, engaging – the holy trinity – all of them. Each so different but all so kick-arse. You could seriously commercialise an event like that – I think a lot of people would get a lot out of it. Thank you from me. And I’m sure everyone else there…….”
Period17 Oct 2019
Event typeSeminar
LocationGold Coast , Australia
Degree of RecognitionLocal