The organisation formally known as LPAC will be re-launched under a new name after a consultation which saw 260 students, staff and audience members co-design a new organisational vision and a plan for transformation in four key areas: People, Perception, Programme and Place.
Are you interested in science?
Lincoln Cafe Scientifique encourages understanding and debate about topical scientific research in an informal setting.
Speakers present a short talk on an area of science in which they have been involved which is then followed by questions and chat.
Title: “Doesn’t everyone do that?” An exploration into the effect of late recognition of ADHD in women
Summary: Since 2020, there has been an estimated increase of 400% of adults seeking a diagnosis for ADHD, of this, a huge percentage are women. The talk focusses on the lack of diagnosis of girls, and the challenging journey through life that some women with undiagnosed ADHD can experience (as well as the successes that ADHD can contribute to). I explore the misunderstandings around the condition, the high percentage of women with ADHD in prisons, the highs, and lows of hyper focus, the draw to the creative industries, and the daily struggles with inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
After a late adult diagnosis of ADHD, the subject is now an area of interest from a teaching and learning perspective. Rosie is raising awareness of ADHD and the prevalence of characteristics amongst those in the creative industries.
Rosie Elvin is a senior lecturer in Interior Architecture. She has extensive teaching and design experience working in both the field of interior design and architecture in the UK and Ireland. Her teaching focusses on adaptive re-use of existing buildings, with an emphasis on human occupation and design inclusivity. Rosie is an active member of ‘Interior Educators’ and chairs the category which addresses issues of social justice and equity for all, for the annual IE student project awards.
Date:Tue 12th Sep - Tue 10th Oct 2023
Location:The Cafe Bar
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