NPDC 2021 - Pre-Conference Networking: Speed Networking

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Get to know postdocs from across the country at this speed networking event!

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One of the best parts of a conference is the chance to meet up with old friends or meet new people. This networking event will be an opportunity to get to know other postdocs, to make new connections and renew old ones before NPDC takes place at the end of the week!

In this lightly facilitated networking sessions, we’ll be putting people into small groups to meet people outside of their university or research field. At the end we’ll be asking you to make posters using MURAL to represent your overlapping research interests and collective experiences as postdocs from across the UK. There will be prizes up for grabs!

So, feel free to include your research areas, your hobbies, your interests, favourite food on a bad day, pet peeves, what postdocs have in common, anything which represents your group. After the posters, feel free to hang around and chat more informally in our virtual networking space, Kumospace, to keep conversations going for a further 30 minutes. Visit our conference website for a guide on how to use Kumospace.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

● Network with postdocs from across the UK who will be attending NPDC21

● Discuss mutual experiences of postdocs as well as different research specialisms.

Accessibility Adjustments and Alternative Format requests

If you require any accessibility reasonable adjustments or have any questions about this session, please contact The Academy's Researcher Development Team at Researcher@liverpool.ac.uk seven working days before the event so that your requirements can be addressed by the organisers and/or referred to the facilitator(s) who will make every effort to address them where possible.

Academy Researcher Development Inclusivity Statement

The Academy is committed to providing an environment which recognises and values people's differences, capitalises on the strengths that those differences bring to the institution and supports all staff and students in maximising their potential to succeed. In line with the Academy's firm commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, we offer all postdoctoral and research-related opportunities to develop and network irrespective of a researcher’s gender, ethnicity, age, self-identification, disability, religious affiliation, or any other criteria used to separate and define.

Academy Code of Conduct

All events organised or facilitated by The Academy follow a Conduct of Conduct irrespective of the number of participants or session format. The Academy thanks all participants in advance for your cooperation to help ensure a safe and constructive environment for everybody. The Code of Conduct is available here.

Further information about the National Postdoc Conference 2021: www.liverpool.ac.uk/npdc21/

Stay in Touch: For the latest news and information about research staff development opportunities and resources follow @LivResearcher & @LivUniAcademy on Twitter. Further details about the University of Liverpool's Researcher Development activities can be found here.

Important: We take your privacy very seriously and will only use your email address to send you information that you consent to during registration. After that, you can opt-out at any time of receiving our communication by simply sending an email to Researcher@liverpool.ac.uk

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The Academy recognises the vital role that researchers play in developing and maintaining the reputation of the University, creating a leading environment for innovation, new thinking and world-changing discoveries. Our researcher development activities aim to foster this culture of excellence, providing opportunities for all research active staff to enhance their practice. Visit our Researcher Hub to learn more about our researcher development activities and resources.

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