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The Welcome to Women in STEM (virtual) networking event is run by MPLS on behalf of the women's societies. The event offers the chance to learn new networking skills with Professor Nessa Carey, chat informally with other women in STEM and meet representatives from the societies. Industry partners will also attend in our virtual exhibition area.

Book your place now! 

Our soapbox style speakers will raise your awareness of the rich ecosystem of women working in STEM at Oxford by sharing their research with you in an engaging and informative way, including topics such as machine learning and renewable fusion to AI and computing in Physics! The full list of speakers can now be found on the Women in STEM Networking Event website. 

As well as hearing from inspiring women across STEM, two different types of networking will be available, alongside the chance to visit booths run by Oxford's Women in Science, Engineering and Maths societies and industry partners.

We know that virtual networking can feel daunting for some, so to help up-skill and boost your confidence in this space you will also have the chance to join a networking skills workshop with Professor Nessa Carey (Entrepreneur-in-Residence - University of Oxford) before putting your new expertise into practice!

The event will be run on the HopIn platform and requires registration. Registration link, instructions, and the password needed to secure your place can all be found on the event website. 

If you have any queries, please contact Louisa Carson on: or Vicky Green on: 

  • This event is free and open to all. 
  • By *women we are referring to anyone who identifies as a woman or non-binary.