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RSM Seminar | Professor Angela Martin

RSM Seminar | Professor Angela Martin

Presenter: Professor Angela Martin, School of Business & Economics, University of Tasmania. 

Boundary spanning: Keys to combining academic and industry work. 

Abstract:

Given recent policy directions related to research engagement and impact, working with industry is increasingly important in academic careers. Furthermore, with the difficulties faced by universities post COVID-19, PhD graduates and early career academics may be increasingly turning to industry for employment and consulting opportunities. In this seminar, Angela will share a brief career history and highlight some of the opportunities and challenges of combining both industry and academic work. Using workplace mental health as an example area of research, Angela will feature some of her projects and publications, welcome questions from participants and provide tips about helpful ways of thinking about and navigating the different ‘worlds’ of academia and industry work. 

Bio: 

Angela is a Professorial Research Fellow – Work and Mental Health, Menzies Institute for Medical Research, and Adjunct Professor of Management, School of Business & Economics, University of Tasmania. She is also a Director of Pracademia, a knowledge exchange and research translation consultancy. Her PhD is in the area of Industrial and Organisational Psychology and most of her academic appointments have been in business schools.

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