IDEA Networking Workshop – for ECRs, DPhils and Postdocs (3rd March, 12:30-2pm UK time)

3rd March 2022 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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This workshop is for Early Career Researchers within the University of Oxford (including DPhils and Postdocs) who identity as women or non-binary.

This in-person workshop provides a safe and collegiate environment for participants to practice presentation and pitching skills and feel confident whilst networking. The session will focus on how to talk about and present yourself in professional environments. The session will focus on the key communication skills to help you deliver a personal pitch and boost your confidence when introducing yourself to peers in your professional network.

Places will be limited for this workshop. Please apply for a place through the form below:

Please note that registering your interest does not guarantee your place on this workshop.


3rd March 2022
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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