The EPSRC and SFI CDT in Sustainable Chemistry and School of Psychology would like to invite University staff, students and alumni to join us at this event, taking place as a part of the diversity festival.
Neurodiversity refers to the infinite variation in human neurocognitive functioning and behaviour. Neurodivergent individuals experience atypical cognitive functioning and may be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism, Dyslexia or Dyspraxia. Find out how you can best support neurodivergent staff and students and hear their experiences through shared discussion and find out how to access the resources that help us embrace neurodiversity.
The event will focus on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism and we will hear an introduction from Dr Lauren Marsh, from the School of Psychology, followed by personal stories from the members of University staff and PhD students. The event will be chaired by Professor Peter Licence.
Lauren Marsh, Assistant Professor, School of Psychology
Liza Aspell, Support and Wellbeing Manager
Pat Brundell, Research Fellow, School of Computer Science
Patrick Morgan, PhD Student, School of Chemistry
Oska Pugh, PhD Student, School of Chemistry
This event is open to University of Nottingham staff, students and alumni. Please register using the link above.