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Well done, Emily!

last modified Jan 24, 2018 04:10 PM
Dr Taylor received the notification of success in her application to become a Chartered Scientist...

Dr Emily Taylor received some good news to start last weekend on a high. Shortly after an hour-long interview assessment, on Friday, Dr Taylor received the notification of success in her application to become a Chartered Scientist. This success represents months of dedication to achieving the CSci award and is not an easy accreditation to attain; the application process requires a demonstration not just of scientific erudition, but softer skills, such as interpersonal communication and personal responsibility too. Dr Taylor can now add this postnominal to her name as an exhibit of her exemplary professional skills and knowledge.

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