Lunch and Learn Event with IDEA & Enterprising Women: Arta Cika

14th March 2022 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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Arta currently works in Credit Algorithmic Trading at Morgan Stanley. She has a DPhil from the Department of Engineering Science and Oriel College, University of Oxford. Arta is the winner of the IRCN Scholarship awarded by the University of Tokyo, winner of the 2019 TechWomen100 award, and Ideas 2 Impact fellow at Saïd Business School.

Arta lived in four different countries and seven different cities. Aside from her academic accomplishments, she is deeply involved with promoting women in STEM. She was a Women in Engineering Society committee member at the University of Oxford and part of the RisingWISE (Women In Science and Engineering) Programme.

This event is run in partnership with Enterprising Women in MPLS, University of Oxford.

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14th March 2022
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