19-09-2023 at 11am to 19-09-2023 at 12.30pm
Location: TRJ265, Treforest Campus
These events offer an opportunity for PGRs to learn from senior researchers and meet other researchers from across the University.
September's theme is finding the balance between teaching and research
In this session, Professor Katy Holloway talks to Mark Llewellyn, Director of the Welsh Institute for Heath and Social Care, and Professor of Health and Care Policy at the University of South Wales, about how she manages her workload with both the teaching and research commitments required in her academic career. Katy will discuss her experiences and provide tips for other academic researchers who may be facing similar challenges.
Katy Holloway is Professor of Criminology at the University of South Wales. Previously, Katy worked as a data analyst in the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge after completing her PhD. Katy’s research has focuses on illegal drugs and she has conducted studies that have investigated a wide range of drug-related issues. More recently, Katy has been involved in research investigating the potential unintended consequences of introducing minimum pricing for alcohol in Wales.
The philosophy of harm reduction underpins Katy’s research and she is a member of the Welsh Government's National Implementation Board for Drug Poisoning Prevention, and Executive Board member of the Dyfodol, IRIS, Gwent and Dyfed Drug and Alcohol Service consortium of substance misuse treatment providers. She is Chair of the Kaleidoscope Sub-group for Research, Development and Innovation and has been awarded funding from the HEIRF to spend time working in partnership with Kaleidoscope to help set up an RD&I Foundation.
Questions about the event can be made to Jess Butland, Research Environment Officer.