Marine Biology Head Start Lunch intrigues students

Last week, a group of students from Fourth Year to Lower Sixth at St George's College were invited to join Marine Biologist Dr Emma Cross (Old Georgian 2007) for a special careers lunch on Thursday 16 March.

Over the course of the lunch, hosted in the College's Walter Munton Room, Emma discussed with the students each step of her career since leaving the College and answered many probing questions about the field of Marine Biology and the many professional experiences Emma has had being an academic.

All of the students benefitted from the lunch, giving those considering study in the field valuable insight. These lunches provide a unique and more formal experience than other career events, meaning the students can engage in conversation with experts rather than a more traditional question and answer forum.

St George’s greatly appreciates all involvement from the Georgian Family and extends a special thanks to Emma who gave up her time to support our students in helping shape their future career and study choices.  

20 March 2017

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