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It's an honour for us to be featured in some of the articles written by students and other professionals. If you have an idea in mind, please get in touch 

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Collaboration with Enlightenment - University Student Blogging and Networking Platform

'An interview with Founder and CEO of Uma - Rita Kakati-Shah'
article by Americana Chen 

This interview is Episode 2 of the Nightingale Podcast Series moderated by KCL Women in STEM. Nightingale is hosted by Anel Yegemberdiyeva, a third-year Maths with Finance and Management student at King’s College London and the President of the KCL Women in STEM. The aim of this podcast is to inspire women currently studying a STEM degree to pursue their career further, helping them navigate the resources available to achieve their goals and excel within their chosen field, whether it’s a specific industry or in wider research.

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Collaboration with King's Careers & Employability 

'Nightingale: Navigating your STEM Career PODCAST with guest speaker Shelly-Ann from King’s Careers!' article by Laura Patari

King’s students create amazing initiatives – and today’s highlight is the KCL Womxn in STEM society’s podcast. Nightingale: Navigating your Career in STEM recently featured a guest from King’s Careers – Application Adviser Shelly-Ann! Below are links to where you can listen to the informative and inspirational podcast.

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Collaboration with Enlightenment - University Student Blogging and Networking Platform

'An interview with a UX designer at Softwire- Ariana Ocampo'
article by Americana Chen 

This interview is Episode 5 of the Nightingale Podcast Series moderated by KCL Women in STEM. Nightingale is hosted by Anel Yegemberdiyeva, a third-year Maths with Finance and Management student at King’s College London and the President of the KCL Women in STEM. The aim of this podcast is to inspire women currently studying a STEM degree to pursue their career further, helping them navigate the resources available to achieve their goals and excel within their chosen field, whether it’s a specific industry or in wider research.

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Collaboration with Enlightenment - University Student Blogging and Networking Platform

'Trials and Tribulations: Women in STEM'
article by Jenna Treweek

This event is in celebration of Women’s History Month and collaboration between King’s College London Neuroscience Society and King’s College London WISTEM society.

The aim of this panel is to bring together some influential and inspiring women in neuroscience for an open panel discussion of the challenges women face in neuroscience (common problems such as imposter syndrome, dealing with rejection, the leaky pipeline), and to come up with initiatives and solutions to tackle these problems and bring more women into neuroscience and get them to higher positions in academia and industry.

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