Athena Swan

Athena Swan promotes and supports the careers of women in Science, Engineering and Technology (STEM), and aims to address gender inequalities and imbalance in these disciplines and, in particular, the under-representation of women in senior roles.

Monday, 20 April 2015

UoP Researchers' Network Speed Networking Event - 11 June, 12-13.30

Researchers' Network Speed Networking 
Thursday, 11 June 2015 from 12:00 to 13:30 (BST)

This meeting will begin with a quick update on the Network and information and resources that are available for Researchers in the University. This update will be followed by 'Researcher Speed Networking'. The aim of speed Networking is to encourage researchers from different groups, departments and even faculties to talk to each other for a short period of time to learn about each other's research and to identify any collaboration potential. Cross Faculty collaborative bids offer a good way to secure internal funding and are often a good starting point for seeking external funding support. Best of all, you will meet new people, hopefully make new friends and discover more about the sheer breadth and depth of research at the University of Portsmouth.
This is event is being hosted by Dr Penny Lancaster (Science - School of Earth and Environmental Science) and Dr Ed Smart (CCi - Centre for Intelligent Data Solutions) - just two of our 14 Researchers' Network Champions.
To sign up, visit http://rn1.eventbrite.co.uk.

About the Researchers' Network:
The Researchers’ Network is a University-wide platform to allow people in the University to meet and keep up-to-date with other researchers and issues that affect them. The main focus of the Network is on those that are working to build and progress their research careers. This is likely to include post-docs, research staff, fellows, early career researchers, as well as those conducting research within academic roles such as lecturers and senior lecturers. The Network complements the Readers' Forum and Professors' Forum. Join our Google+ page to keep in touch. 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/110500560520341171635
N.B: This link will only work if you are signed into your port@ac.uk Google account and have activated your Google+ profile. It is easy and quick to sign up for Google+ and taking this step will help everyone keep in touch.

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