FutureLearn is hosting this free three-week course, created by staff at the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the Presenter Network. Learn how to improve your presentation skills (face to face and digitally) and add personality into your presentation style.
Ottoline Leyser says: We must reshape the system so it genuinely values and supports difference
Amanda Solloway spoke about the promoting a culture of wellbeing for researchers and improving the way we evaluate research at the Vitae Connections 2020 Conference.
This webinar from the PER Team in Research Services will provide specific guidance on evaluating an online citizen science project to gather evidence of outcomes and impact and how to improve activities.
These self-paced courses, created by the National STEM Learning Centre to support STEM Ambassadors, take you through the key ingredients of creating high quality activities that cater for young people, and covers diversity and inclusion, too.
Communicating Your Science Online - Call for Contributions, and Online Training available Mon 30 March
23 March 2020
Many of us are getting used to working at home and looking for ways to spend our time. Oxford Sparks is looking to coordinate contributions from researchers working from home to share online over the next month or so, and will be holding a webinar for those looking for more information.
Last night saw over 170 women come to the Town Hall to meet Oxford's inspiring Women in Science, Engineering and Maths societies and network with women from across the university as well as our industry partners.
Wellcome Trust, research culture, change
Wellcome report of 4000 researchers experience of research culture "paints a shocking portrait of the researcher environment".
If you are a STEM researcher – particularly in physical sciences and engineering – please join a short EPSRC workshop to explore what commercialising research means to you. There are two workshops to chose from depending on which is most convenient for you.
The 2020 workshop will be held 22-24th April at the Royal Society’s Chicheley Hall (Milton Keynes). The course is open to PhD students and postdoctoral researchers working in genetics and related areas. Accommodation and meals will be covered for successful applicants.
Enterprising Women lunch and learn: 12.00–14.00 | 4 Feb 2020. talk by Skoll social entrepreneur in residence Tara Sabre Collier. All are welcome!
3 Minutes, 1 Slide…..Your Thesis! The 3 Minute Thesis competition challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance in just three minutes to a non-specialist audience.
17 December 2019
Join the Research Services REF team and impact facilitators from divisional teams for a workshop which aims to help you develop your policy impact case study.
11 November 2019
The Physiological Society are hosting this free webinar by Science Education Consultant Sai Pathmanathan. It is open to all but will be particularly useful for researchers with little experience of public engagement. Sign up by 28 Nov.
UK Research and Innovation, stopping bullying and harassment