FREE LIVE MINI TRAINING

How To Deal With Your PhD Confidence

21 JUNE 2022 TUESDAY, 08:00 PM BST

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Days

11

Hours

06

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23

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34

Is your inner voice constantly telling you 
that you are not academic or good enough? 


THIS MINI-TRAINING IS FOR YOU!

Meet Your Host:
Lucia Juarez, PhD. 

Life and Academic Coach

I am a professional Coach following the standards of the ICF (International Coaching Federation).
 
I have devoted my life to the academic environment, and I have successfully obtained different graduate and postgraduate degrees (Architecture, Master in Heritage Conservation, and PhD in History of Architecture, while actively participating in teaching and other academic jobs which provided me with the personal fulfillment of receiving international recognition for my work as a researcher as I presented my work internationally since I have written several articles in my research field.

The certifications of both 'Life Coaching' and 'Academic Coaching have allowed me to put all my personal and academic experience to help students and researchers to achieve their academic goals not only by having a more productive and successful life, but also a more balanced life.


I have created these Free online mini-trainings to help PhD students who are driven but cannot obtain the results they want, mainly because they are not finding a solution to their restraints.

Meet Your Co- Host:
Dr.Mhairi Towler 


Dr. Mhairi Towler integrates a background in science with animation skills in order to use visuals to communicate science to a wide audience. Mhairi gained a degree in Biochemistry and a PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of Dundee. She then carried out postdoctoral work, both in San Francisco and Dundee.

She was a founder member and Co-chair of the College of Life Sciences Postdoctoral Association. During her time as a postdoc she also completed a postgraduate certificate in teaching and learning in higher education and while studying for this recognised the importance of the visual as a cognitive tool.

She completed a Masters in Animation and Visualisation at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee in 2012 to become a scientific visualisation practitioner. Mhairi is Founder and Director of the multi-award winning animation production company, Vivomotion (www.vivomotion.co.uk).

The company offers a service of bespoke animations for scientific communication as well as training workshops for postgraduate researchers and academic staff on the visual communication of research. She was a member of The Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Young Academy Scotland from 2012 – 2019 and is a member of the Association of Scottish Businesswomen and Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce. Mhairi recently joined Angus Choral Society.