The Department of Chemistry is committed to supporting staff and students who have disabilities including those who suffer from poor mental health.
The Department of Chemistry is dedicated to supporting staff and students who have disabilities and creating an inclusive community, which promotes positive attitudes towards disabled people.
The Department also has a dedicated Disability Contact: Dr Julia Sarju (firstname.lastname@example.org).
INCLUDE (Inclusive Network Connecting and Linking University Disabled Employees) Disabled Staff Network: Launched by the Vice-Chancellor on 2 February 2015 as part of the University's continued commitment to creating an inclusive environment for all. Membership is open to all staff and the group aims to promote the value of disabled staff and improve their working environment by raising awareness, sharing good practice and providing a forum for ideas and issues.
For the academic year 2019-20 please contact Moray Stark: email@example.com
We all have mental health, just as we all have physical health. They can both change throughout our lives and in response to external factors. The Department of Chemistry is supportive not only of helping staff and students when they feel unwell, but also of helping everyone to develop positive wellbeing and emotional health.