Student Futures & Research Conference 2021

An online sharing experience for undergraduate, Masters and PhD students of the natural sciences

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Organiser: joe@linnean.org
Linnean Society Student Conference

STUDENT CONFERENCE Thursday 4th & Friday 5th March 2020

In this two-day conference, undergraduate, Masters and PhD students of the natural sciences and histories are invited to engage with this online experience, showcasing the variety of careers available to students like you, interacting and networking with your peers and beyond, and having open conversations about pathways into research.

Your £5 ticket will include an all-access pass to all talks, workshops and competitions, as well as a private Discord to facilitate open conversation between like-minded delegates and our speakers.

This conference has been produced in collaboration between the British Ecological Society and the Linnean Society, with the support of team of current students.

Key topics:

Thursday 4th March 10am – 5pm

A range of talks, workshops and skills sessions providing an insight your potential and career opportunities available. Topics will include how to gain experience and skills in the current climate, how to write CVs, global challenges and how to make a difference. You will also hear from a panel to highlight potential career pathways.

Friday 5th March 10am – 5pm

Hear from Masters and PhD students as they share their research project with you, providing an opportunity to engage with researchers in a friendly environment. Find out about their pathways to their research pathway and explore the options available to you if you were considering a similar career.

Click here for the Schedule Overview
All delegates will receive the full programme at 9am, Monday 1st March.

Registration & further info:

  • Ticket numbers are limited.
  • Registration will close when all tickets are allocated, or at the latest, the last day of February 2021.
  • A full programme will be released in the coming weeks.
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