Alumni

The Department of Physics Alumni Relations Office works to develop, nurture and promote a continuing relationship between the Department and its alumni.
We also work with current students, staff, researchers and friends of the Department, aiming and enhancing the experience of being part of one of the largest and most successful Departments of Physics in the world.

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05 February 2013

Media fellowships from the British Science Association

Up to ten Media Fellowships are awarded each year by the British Science Association.
Applications open until 11 March 2013. Media Fellows spend three to six weeks over the summer working with a media host: national press, broadcast or internet media.

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04 February 2013

Videos from Stargazing Oxford are available now

Videos and podcasts of the event that took place early this month, can be found here:

Oxford on iTunesU:
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/itunes-u/stargazing/id597390004

Web site:
http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/stargazing

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31 January 2013

Royal Institution membership, special discounts for Alumni

We met Kerry-Ann from the RI last week, and she kindly offered this to all alumni, which is a fantastic oportunity to have access to incredible speakers and events...
Here are some of the basic details, if you want to know more or become a member, there is a number below.

Membership offer for all alumni

• 20% off Ri membership
• 20% off 14-10 Club membership
• 20% off combined Ri and 14-10 Club membership
• Alumni can register online and use code OUA1 or call +44 (0) 20 7409 2992

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31 January 2013

Physics Colloquium - Staff, Students & Alumni welcome

Did you know that through term time, there are great lectures on some Fridays, 4:15pm at the Martin Wood lecture Theatre?

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30 January 2013

Today, IoP comes to Oxford

The Institute of Physics will be running this FREE event to find out a bit more about teaching as a career.
It's open to physics students of all years.
Come along for refreshments and freebies, as well as a wealth of information about training routes, applications, funding, 'golden hellos', IOP Teacher Training Scholarships (£20,000) and what to expect from a PGCE, as well as how the IOP can support and help you now and if you become a trainee teacher!

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