PaTHways panel discussion: ‘Careers with a Psychology degree’ by Dr Lee de-Wit
|Date & time|
|Cost||Free of charge|
|Booking closing date||Monday, 26 April 12:00pm|
|Event type||Virtual panel discussion|
Join us on Monday 26 April for the virtual panel discussion PaTHways: ‘Careers with a Psychology degree’, chaired by Dr Lee de-Wit, Fellow in Psychology at Trinity Hall.
The event will take place at 6.00pm (BST) on Monday 26 April and will last approximately 1 hour with an opportunity for Q&A at the end. There is no charge to attend, however, booking is required. This webinar will be hosted live via Zoom.
PaTHways panel discussion: ‘Careers with a Psychology degree’
If you have an interest in the different kinds of work carried-out by professionals with a background in Psychology, join Dr Lee de-Wit, Fellow in Psychology at Trinity Hall, for this panel discussion about where a degree in this multifaceted discipline can take you.
The panellists who will take part in the event are:
• Claire Ferguson (2016), works at the Department of Work and Pensions as Behavioural Science Adviser.
• Ella Higgs (2014), works at Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing & Hounslow Mind as Educational Mental Health Practitioner.
• Dr Hugh Marston (1987), works at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG as Senior Vice President & Global Head CNS Disease Research.
Dr Lee de-Wit’s biography
Dr Lee de-Wit trained as an experimental psychologist/cognitive neuroscientist, and his current research and teaching focuses on Political Psychology. He’s a Trinity Hall Staff Fellow in Psychology, and Director of Studies in PBS.
Dr de-Wit has previously served as a Teaching Fellow (2016-2018) and Senior Teaching Fellow (2018-2019) at University College London, and as the Academic Director for Psychology at the Institute of Continuing Education at the University of Cambridge (2016-2017).
To see his lab page, visit: Political Psychology Lab.
How to register
Online: Online booking is now open – please click here.
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Please register no later than midday on Monday 26 April.
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