Activity Case Study 11: Dr Emma Welsh
In this STEMNET activity case study, Emma Welsh describes very different assignments that she has undertaken as a STEM Ambassador. These ranged from making bouncy balls with six-year-olds to describing to GCSE students how her life took twists and turns before she came to her current role as a systematic reviewer for clinical trials in medicine.
Emma siad, “I was able to show that life doesn’t go in a straight line, and you need to make the most of each challenge as it comes."
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