Research Week Day 5

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Day 5 of Research Week marks the successful conclusion of Research Week 2014. It seemed quite fitting that the Friday’s sessions focused more on student needs as the day was started by Sr. Joy Knighton-Fitt from student wellness, who spoke on research related stress. She approached the subject holistically, discussing the wheel of health and how to balance the various spheres thereof.

The open agenda took the stage for the rest of the afternoon to discuss topics that emerged from the Library’s Inspire Idea Tree. A successful talk, as subject librarian Glynnis Lawrence addressed postgraduate challenges such as supervisor relations, loneliness and funding to name a few.

After such an eventful week, Research Week was officially closed with a Cheese and wine affair that had students and staff mingling and sociably engaging away from all the research.

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