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Disabled academics in the 21st Century

For the 15th Annual Disability Lecture, a panel of disabled academics will describe their career highlights and strategies for success in their chosen field.
When Mar 22, 2018
from 05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Where Palmerston Room, Fisher Building, St John’s College, Cambridge
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The lecture is organised jointly between the University’s Disability Resource Centre (DRC), the Equality and Diversity section and St John’s College. 

The panel will include:

They will speak about their experiences as disabled academics and their careers. They will discuss their strategies for success and what they had wished they had known at the start of their careers.

The lecture is open to all, the venue is fully accessible to disabled people and the lecture will be captioned and a BSL interpreter will be present. There is more information on the DRC website.

Booking is open and available here

If you have any questions or requests around access, please email disability@admin.cam.ac.uk.

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