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Evelyn Bałut

Evelyn Balut

Secondary Librarian

I graduated with a degree in Natural Science from Trinity College Dublin in 2004, and went on to complete a PhD in Botany, specialising in population genetics, which I graduated from in 2009. After graduation I worked in the research laboratories of the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin, where I worked on several projects studying the genetic diversity of Irish plant species. 

I graduated with a degree in Natural Science from Trinity College Dublin in 2004, and went on to complete a PhD in Botany, specialising in population genetics, which I graduated from in 2009. After graduation I worked in the research laboratories of the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin, where I worked on several projects studying the genetic diversity of Irish plant species. This work was interesting and rewarding, however, librarianship is a career which has always appealed to me and in 2012 I graduated from University College Dublin with a Masters in Library and Information Studies. I came to Poland five years ago and have previous experience working as a school librarian in Warsaw, as well as teaching English to adults in Szczecin, where I lived for two years.