THwomen40 Lecture: Women in Business

'Exploring the interface between research and practice in the business world'

Thursday 22 February 2018

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*Booking closes on Thursday 8 February 2018*


Professor Sucheta Nadkarni (Cambridge Judge Business School, research on the effectiveness of quotas for boards) and Dr Jill Armstrong (Murray Edwards, research on collaboration in the workplace) will be joined by two of our alumnae from the legal and financial world for a lively discussion of their experiences.

Date: Thursday 22 February 2018
Time: Lecture 5.45pm-7.00pm (open to everyone) | Dinner in Hall 7.30pm (TH members only + guest). Please note that current students are not eligible to dine at High Table but may book to attend Formal Hall
Location: Trinity Hall, GSR
Cost: free | booking required

The panel discussion will feature: 

Professor Sucheta Nadkarni - view Sucheta's profile here
Dr Jill Armstrong - view Jill's profile here 

Janet Legrand (1977, Law)
Helen Stevenson (1979, Engineering)
Gaenor Bagley (1983, NatSci)

Panellist biographies are available to view online - please click here

Event information: Our third THwomen40 Lecture will follow a different format; Professor Sucheta Nadkarni and Dr Jill Armstrong will give a brief presentation on their research which will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A. This event is free to attend and guests are welcome. Tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and alumni are invited to use their Dining Rights after the Lecture.

Booking: There is no charge to attend this lecture and it is open to anyone who wishes to attend however, please note that booking is required. Online booking is available - please click here. Alternatively, please email confirming your name and how many places you would like to reserve. If you need to cancel your place, please let us know in case there is a waiting list.

Dining in Hall: Members of the College are invited to use their Dining Rights to attend High Table after the lecture. Dining Rights entitle those eligible to dine at High Table with no charge for food or wine. You can dine on any three Thursdays or Sundays in each academic year during Full Term and you may bring one guest in place of one of these occasions. Booking is required and will be taken on a first come, first served basis - please note that places are limited. Current students are not eligible to dine at High Table. To book online, please click here. Alternatively, please download a booking form (click here) or email Booking closes on Thursday 8 February.

Additional information: The Aula Bar will be open prior to and after the Lecture should you wish to purchase any refreshments.

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