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Environment, Sustainability and Energy: Alumni Panel

Location
Queens Building Lecture Theatre
Date(s)
14/11/2016 (18:00-20:00)
Contact
For more information or to book your place, call us on 01784 443073, email careers@royalholloway.ac.uk or come in to see us in the Careers Centre, Horton Building. 

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Registration URL
https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/careers/events/mycareers.aspx
Description
Science Week Topper

After the quiz, we are holding an alumni speaker panel with networking opportunities with these alumni.

  1. Ben Scolari (Earth Science) – After an internship with Hannon-Westwood where he researched historic oil & gas well data and published Geological reports Ben has moved on to the Thames Water Graduate Scheme where he is involved in water production and environmental protection.
  2. Sarah-Jane Chimbwandira (Biology) – After doing Voluntary Service Overseas Sarah-Jane worked for Surrey County Council in the countryside service. Sarah-Jane now works for Surrey Wildlife trust where she oversees the Ecological Consultancy and Living Landscapes team and has had a great deal of hiring experience….
  3. Rosie Duke & James Brakeley (Earth Science) both scientists at Affinity Water where they work in a laboratory to investigate problems with drinking water so that issues can be resolved for 3.5 million customers.
  4. Hilary Tam (MSc Sustainability) Hilary started her working life with Greenpeace involved in climate and energy campaigning, she subsequently became a Sustainability & CSR lead and is now a Sustainability Strategist with Futerra, a sustainability consultancy.

Booking highly recommended to secure your place, but not essential.


   
 
 
 
 

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