Events

Research Excellence Series: Having Fun with Unexpected Research Opportunities: From Tasmania to the US and back

Summary

Dr Goldberg went to a one-room primary school in rural Tasmania, but her research journey took her to the US and back 35 years later.

Start Date

8th Sep 2017 11:00am

End Date

8th Sep 2017 12:00pm

Venue

D Seminar Rooms, Cradle Coast campus

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presented by

Dr Lyn Goldberg

Senior Lecturer, Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre
University of Tasmania

Dr Goldbery's primary school in rural Tasmania had one room with six grades; my high school was in the city. After graduating from the University of Melbourne, she headed to the United States for further study, intending to be there for a year or two... After 35 years, she returned to Tasmania in 2014 to join the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre.

Throughout this journey, her research experiences have been varied, enriching, and always with unexpected and rewarding opportunities. Her current work at Wicking, with funding from the Australian Government and the support of UTAS and community colleagues, is yet another exciting adventure. Dr Goldberg will share this fascinating research journey in this Research Excellence event.