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Role Models for Mobility: Portraits of Women from the Marie Curie Fellows Association
    Friday July 13, 2012 1:15pm - 2:45pm @ Liffey Hall 1

    It is more recognised and accepted nowadays that mobility is a key-factor in achieving a successful scientific career. The benefits gained from the mobility experience range from acquiring news skills, being exposed to new cultures, opening of new horizons, exchanging of information, getting access to better research facilities etc..
    For almost 20 years the Marie Curie Fellowships have been one of the main instruments to promote a culture of ‘mobility’ in the European Union and beyond. However the numbers of women who leave their country to go and spend a period ‘abroad’ is still limited and even less is still the number of women who reach the top level in their career.
    It can be difficult to fulfil the needs of a couple, what is called dual-career or even more settling down to have a family. Quite often the ‘mobility’ is seen as an obstacle rather than a mean to achieve both. In addition ‘mobility’ can be daunting as there is no guarantee to find a place in the previous Host Institution or country once the ‘mobility’ period is over.
    The Women in Science Working Group of the Marie Curie Fellows Association (MCFA) will present the experiences of women who have been ‘mobile’ and also been successful in their career without losing the focus of having a life-work balance.

    European Research Council

    Marie Curie Fellows Association

    Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism, Romania   Maria...

    ENVIROpro, Germany

    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Type Careers Programme, The Global Researcher
    Host Organization Marie Curie Fellows Association
  • Organiser Giovanna Avellis
  • Tags CP10

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