3 – Working in the field of education, conflict and emergencies: Transition from academic training to a professional career

Thursday 28 January 2016, 17.30 – 19.00, Room 822, 20 Bedford Way, UCL Institute of Education, London

Working in the field of education, conflict and emergencies: Professional Transitions

Chair:
Anna WIlson, UCL Institute of Education

Speakers:
Sébastien Hine, Save the Children – Education Research Adviser
Ellen Turner, UCL Institute of Education – PhD Candidate
Julia Finder, Save the Children – ‎Education Technical Advisor
Arran Magee, Overseas Development Institute – Research Officer

Online contributers:
Davide Coltri, Save the Children – Humanitarian Surge Team
Peter Simms, Children in Crisis – Programme Manager for Afghanistan

The transition from academic training to a professional career in the field of education in emergencies can be full of uncertainties.

The purpose of this panel discussion is to highlight how some of the graduates make successful transitions to exciting careers after graduating from the university and also to showcase their research that has contributed to expand knowledge about educational provision in challenging circumstances. This event will also provide an excellent opportunity for networking to those who are aspiring to pursue professional careers in the field of education, conflict and emergencies.

Read abstracts for the papers to be presented by the panel here.

Please register for free at our Eventbrite site

For more information please contact Dr Pherali (T.Pherali@ioe.ac.uk)

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