United Kingdom Chapter

United Kingdom Chapter

The “UK Chapter” is an initiative of Marie Curie Fellows from a range of Institutions located in the UK.

We believe that being part of the “Marie Curie Alumni Association” as a chapter can allow Marie Curie Fellows to actively operate on a local basis and create stronger interconnection amongst them. Ultimately, this will lead to reach the major objectives of the MCA Association.

We indeed share aims and objectives of the MCA Association and intend to embed them into our work context. We hope to expand our activity also in other areas of the UK and involve the large community of Marie Curie Alumni already extant in this country.

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Aims and objectives:

To encourage local networking and to establish a mutually-beneficial relationships between MCAA and its alumni within UK;

To initiate activities, events, seminars, webinars that add value to the Alumni network and prospective Marie Curie applicants;

To create a network of MC fellows connecting universities and research centers and encouraging communication and collaborations;

To recruit, attract, support and facilitate the exchange of knowledge among the MC fellows and alumni;

To sponsor and support activities that will enhance the image of MCAA.

 

We encourage you to join our chapter if you are interested in: (i) networking with other Alumni in the UK, (ii) increasing awareness and visibility of the MCAA, and (iii) supporting new MCAA members to settle in the region.

 

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26-04-2019
Come join our open and frank discussion about mental health in academia, organised by MCAA-UK and...
13-04-2019
Scientists often struggle to communicate the findings of research. Our subject matter can be...
26-03-2019
  We are pleased to invite the early career stage researchers to attend MCAA Gender...
09-11-2018
Come join us at this MCAA-UK Pub Social in Manchester! (venue tbc on the MCAA-UK social media...

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Storytelling Training Event! REGISTRATION IS OPEN
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Scientists often struggle to communicate the findings of research. Our subject matter can be technical and not easily digested by a general audience. However, only with a story, findings can be communicated. Stories are the most powerful way to communicate information. Our audiences need stories to help them remember. So, we must tell the right stories about our findings. Only then, they can become part of the received knowledge that drives the possibility of scientific progress.

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MCAA-UK Mental Health workshop
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Come join our open and frank discussion about mental health in academia, organised by MCAA-UK and the Office of Post-doctoral Affairs (OPdA) of the University of Cambridge.

 - Event page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-open-and-frank-discussion-about-mental-health-in-an-academic-setting-tickets-59087185362?aff=

When: Friday, 26 April 2019, 9-5pm

Apr 26 2019, 10:00am - 6:00pm CEST

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