The events listed here are those organised by the Divisional Office. For all others, please visit the University's Events pages at www.ox.ac.uk/events-list or the Departments' events pages via www.socsci.ox.ac.uk/departments. Please note that many of our events are for specific groups within the University only. If you are interested in attending any of those, please contact the Divisional Office first to avoid disappointment.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 to Tuesday, 30 May 2017, 4.30pm - 7pm
The aim of the series is to hold four seminars, each designed to bring together people from across the university (and beyond) to explore ways in which we might collectively and effectively engage with upcoming Global Challenges Research Fund calls for research and capacity building.
Thursday, 16 March 2017, 4.30pm to 6.30pm
Join us for this free event showcasing ten years of European Research Council-funded research at the University of Oxford. Some of our leading Social Scientists will share cutting-edge ideas in a round of ten minute ‘TED-style’ talks. You will then have the opportunity to meet the presenters and discuss their ground-breaking research at the reception.
Monday, 27 February 2017, 9am to 2pm
Tuesday, 22 November 2016, 1pm to 2pm
This ‘conversation’ around women in academia, will be an informal group discussion (facilitated by a careers adviser), with two guest contributors (two early- to mid - career academics) who will share their experiences with you.
Tuesday, 08 November 2016, 9.30am to 2pm
This is a new pilot workshop that is being offered across the University to parents/carers who are returning to work after a career break. The goal is to provide recent returners with the information, tools, support, and networks they need to ensure a successful and smooth return to work. While all are welcome, the material will be aimed at parents/carers who have had a career break of at least 3 months, and who have recently returned to work within the last 6 months.
Wednesday, 18 May 2016, 2pm to 5pm
A key component of becoming a successful academic researcher is the ability to win funding for your research. Grant writing is a particular style of writing and persuasion to ensure your research stands out amongst the increasingly large and competitive crowd.
Wednesday, 11 May 2016, 3.15pm to 5pm
The British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship workshop constitutes an opportunity to participate and learn about the inside track on the whys and wherefores of the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship application process and shape of the research projects themselves.
Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 2.30pm to 4pm
This session for 3rd year + DPhil students and research staff will provide you with an overview of the main funding opportunities open to post-doctoral and early career researchers.
Thursday, 10 March 2016, 2pm to 5pm
This course is designed to give an overview of the project management skills and techniques you will need to design an effective research project and then manage it to a successful delivery. It will look at the importance of robust project design in increasing success rate of funding and how to embed effective management processes into your project planning, provide tips and advice on managing and mitigating risks, and hands-on project design and planning to ensure successful projects.
Environmental challenges and digital technology: Exploring opportunities for collaboration in Oxfordshire
Monday, 15 June 2015, 10am to 3pm
Tuesday, 12 May 2015, 5.45pm to 7pm