Current Vacancies on Challenger Council

 

There is a new vacancy on the Challenger Council for a member to represent the Diversity and Early Career Network portfolio. The person appointed will possibly be an Early Career Researcher themselves and keen to develop new networks amongst the Marine Science community. The development of career networks for newly qualified and postgraduate scientists is a core area of activity for the Society and needs enthusiatic and active leadership.  We need you to bring your ideas and enthusiasm to the Council which usually meets four time a year.
If you think you can fill this three year role and would like to join a lively and engaging group of scientists from around the UK, then please contact the Honorary Secretary, Professor Matthew Green at m.green@bangor.ac.uk 

However, we are always very keen to hear from enthusuiastic scientists from the membership who might like to joint the council to help steer the Society and its activities. Your opportunity to make a difference! If you are interested in joining the Challenger Society council to perform in this role, or would like further information, then please email our Honorary Secretary Prof. Mattias Green ( m.green@bangor.ac.uk ). We do hope to hear from you.

Mattias Green
Honorary Secretary - Challenger Society
 
 

 

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