COMMUNITY CLUSTERS

WISC aim to assemble clusters of people from across our community to work together to find new solutions to the issues that our members face. We believe that building peer communities within this network will be key to it’s ongoing success.

If you have an idea for a future community cluster topic and would like work collaboratively with others to support the supramolecular chemistry community then we would love to hear from you!

Get in touch by email (info@wisc.network).

Alternatively, you can check out our existing clusters via the links below and get involved by contacting the cluster organisers.

Ongoing cluster projects

PARENTING CLUSTER

At WISC, we understand the challenges of balancing an academic career with caring responsibilities. Our Parents Cluster is lead by Dr Emily Draper, and is designed to offer support to academic parents and provide a platform for them to support each other. If you'd like to find out more or be part of the cluster in the first instance please email j.s.leigh@kent.ac.uk.

WISC ARTWORK CHALLENGE

Get your kids involved in some artistic endevours!

WISC colouring sheet: DOWNLOAD

Add friends and family to your own Zoom call (inspired by our mentoring circles - see below): DOWNLOAD

NEW cluster projects

This cluster is for anyone who has experience of or interest in disability, chronic illness or neurodivergences. If you'd like to find out more or be part of the cluster in the first instance please email j.s.leigh@kent.ac.uk.

DISABILITY / CHRONIC ILLNESS / NEURODIVEGENCY CLUSTER

This cluster is for anyone who is 'First Generation' that is the first in their family / friendship group to study at Higher Education level, and for anyone who would like to find out more about supporting First Gen's in supramolecular chemistry. If you'd like to find out more or be part of the cluster in the first instance please email j.s.leigh@kent.ac.uk.

FIRST GEN CLUSTER
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