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ProfessionalWomen@TUos – Monthly Creative Discussions Club - Speaker Deborah McClean, Head of Operations & Assistant Director of Research and Innovation Services


Deborah has worked at the University in research support since 2005. Her current role as Assistant Director in Research Services encompasses: strategy and planning for REF; horizon scanning, development and operational support for post-graduate research students; support for research grant applications and the agreements which underpin research activity; ethics, integrity and research information analysis. She works closely with the Vice-President (R&I) and his two deputies as well as with colleagues in Professional Services. She has recently led a reorganisation of the service following the Review of Research Support.


Following on from the success of the Writing Club organised by the Women@TUOS network, we have decided to offer comparable service for female Professional Staff from across the university.

The monthly Creative Discussions Club is designed to bring together females working in Professional Service roles across the University to discuss ideas, share experiences and challenges and meet other like-minded individuals working in similar areas.

Each session will start with a 15 minute informal presentation from someone working in Professional Services to discuss current challenges and changes in their department, with time for Q&A afterwards.

We encourage all female professionals form all grades, departments, services and faculties to attend these sessions. You do not have to stay for the whole session, and can drop-in anytime between 12.00pm and 1.30pm, and can use this time, after the speaker, to do whatever you feel will help you.

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