I mentioned about a week ago that I was exploring a job with the department...that's now done and dusted, and I'm working as a Water Aid to the KCL Geography Department. Initially, this means meetings galore...I'm working to develop a report on the activities of King's Water faculty and students from the 2013-14 year. Which means sititng down with academics and trying to get them to remember what they did last year. ;)
I've been in and out of King's all day on various coffee catch-ups. It's already serving as a great excuse to force me to be around a bit more and meet face-to-face all the various names I've had floating around in my head as "water people" at the university.
I've one more meeting this afternoon and then a lecture - with a former faculty member from the University of East Anglia, who's now across the street at LSE. It'll be good to catch up with him! In "it's a small world", the other major thing I'm working on at the moment is a round of Bright Futures residentials at Holt Hall for the end of February...and Declan spoke at the first project I ever did with Norfolk County Council. This is all starting to feel quite wrapped up in itself - I swear there are more than 3 people and organisations in Britain!