Anne Cameron

  • Researcher alumni case study: life science research in industry

    Career case studies of former Bath research staff and doctoral students - find out what they're doing now and how they're using the skills from research. Adel Toth -Analytical Scientist at Adaptimmune What do you do day-to-day in your current...

  • low-stress career planning in the final stages of your doctorate

    The final months of a doctorate can be intense and draining, with the pressures of writing up, checking references, making sure tables are properly formatted etc. In the midst of all this, you may have a nagging sense that you...

  • Articulating the value of teaching experience as a postgraduate

    Guest blog post from Millie Green, a doctoral student in the Department of Mathematics. A few weeks ago Millie attended a session as part of the Doctoral Skills programme on how to articulate the skills, knowledge and experience gained through...

  • Inspiring Women: Entrepreneurship (Part 2)

    The second of our posts on our Inspiring Women: Entrepreneurship event, outlining the stories of Becky Sage from Interactive Scientific and Neha Chaudhry from Walk the Beat. Becky Sage - Interactive Scientific Becky, a PhD graduate in Chemical Physics from...

  • Inspiring Women: Entrepreneurship (Part 1)

    This academic year the Careers Service and the SU have been running a series of 'Inspiring Women' talks to give our students the opportunity to hear how successful female role models have managed various aspects of their careers. For the...

  • Tales from teaching

    I have over ten years' experience of teaching and training in an HE setting, and on thinking about it during that time I've come across a wide range of people and situations I wouldn't necessarily have expected. There was the...

  • Marketing yourself as a mature student

    As a mature student you will have a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience, sometimes developed in a variety of contexts. But how can you make sure you communicate these clearly and effectively to potential employers? Here's a few quick tips:...

  • Opportunities in Government for scientists and engineers

    I went to a fascinating talk a couple of weeks ago, organised by the Bath Institute for Mathematical Innovation,  by the Government Office for Science about career opportunities for scientists and engineers in the Civil Service. Go-Science provides policy advice...

  • What does success mean to you?

    Last Thursday I had the privilege of attending Sulis Minerva Day, a day celebrating the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The final event in a day of inspirational and fascinating talks from eminent female scientists and engineers...

  • Research careers in charities and employee research

    The third and final post in our series on research careers in social sciences and humanities. The final post summarises a panel of four speakers working in research roles in charities and employee research organisations. The first speaker works as an...