Johnson & Johnson Representatives visit UL

J&J photoOn Wednesday 23rd March 2016 representatives from Johnson & Johnson visited the University of Limerick to discuss its partnership to help increase the number of undergraduate women enrolling in and declaring majors in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D). The University of Limerick is one of 10 partnerships that Johnson & Johnson will be engaged with around the world.

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American representatives included:
Lynn Reed Vice President, Application Services at Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ, USA Michelle Smith, IT Sr. Manager, NA Team, Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ, USA

Irish representatives included:
Leisha Daly, Country Director, Janssen-Cilag Ltd, Dublin, Ireland
Jeanne Bolger, VP Venture Investments, MD UK
Regina Mulhall, Senior Director, Quality, Janssen Biologics, Cork, Ireland
Liz Dooley, Director, Operations, Janssen Biologics, Cork, Ireland
Diane Hassett, Manager, Engineering, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Limerick, Ireland

University of Limerick Representatives included:
Sibel Erduran, Professor of STEM Education, University of Limerick
Professor Alison Perry, Dean Faculty of  Education & Health Sciences