Staff Profile:Dr Joanna Bagniewska

Name:
Dr Joanna Bagniewska
Job Title:
Teaching Fellow
Responsibilities:

Teaching Fellow in Ecology and Zoology

  • Co-ordinating and delivering teaching programmes within the School of Biological Sciences
Areas of Interest:
  • Conservation biology - invasive species research
  • Biotelemetry - the use of miniaturised datalogging devices for investigating animal behaviour
Research groups / Centres:

Impact, Enterprise and Outreach:

  • Involved in outreach events to the public including L'Oreal/ZSL Soap Box Science, Bright Club Oxford, Museums Showoff and Science Slam.
  • Popular science writer for Focus Magazine and Gazeta Wyborcza
  • Committee member at Science is Vital, a grassroots campaign of UK scientists and supporters of science who believe that a strong science base is vital to the UK's economy and reputation
  • Mentor in the Lean in STEM programme, aimed at young women in science, and at The Kings Foundation, a scheme for high school students applying to top universities
  • Organizer of Science: Polish Perspectives, a popular science conference

Teaching:

  • Part 1. Ecology and Behaviour; Key Skills for Ecology and Zoology 1; Practical Field Ecology; Animal Diversity
  • Part 2. Key Skills for Ecology and Zoology 2
  • Part 3. Conservation Biology; Wildlife Diseases
  • MSc Current Issues in Conservation
  • Overseas field courses to Sweden, South Africa and Iceland

Esteem Factors:

  • Winner of the Wellcome-funded "I'm a Scientist, Get Me out of Here", 2016
  • Winner of FameLab Poland, 2014
  • Winner of International Alumni Prize, FameLab International, 2014
  • Invited speaker at TEDxWarsaw 2013

International Collaborators:

  • Dr Agnieszka OlszaƄska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
  • Dr Wojciech Solarz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Publications:
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Contact Details

Email:
j.m.bagniewska@reading.ac.uk
Building:
106 Harbourne

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