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Joe Twyman, Head of Political and Social Research at YouGov, explores 'Brexit by Numbers', considering the post-EU Referendum upheaval in British politics, the background to the result and details of the divisions within the electorate that are highlighted in the data. Joe Twyman is a founding director of YouGov. As well as directing YouGov's UK General Election projects, he has co-ordinated election studies in a range of other countries, including Afghanistan. He is a regular political commentator on TV and radio.

The Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative will hold its weekly seminar series in Michaelmas Term again.

The seminar series brings together academic staff and students interested in multidimensional poverty in an informal intellectual and social environment where we will discuss research related to different aspects of the measurement or explanation of multidimensional poverty.

Professor Gordon Marshall, Director of the Leverhulme Trust, will speak on ‘The future research priorities of the Leverhulme Trust’. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session chaired by Professor Ian Walmsley.

An induction event for new research staff. The half-day event is an opportunity to find out about career and professional development opportunities, the services and support available at Oxford, and to meet other new researchers over lunch.

 The day will comprise brief sessions on employment matters, library facilities, IT support, and personal and professional development; networks at Oxford, research excellence and impact, developing your career; and an information fair. 

The conference is a full-day training and information event for staff across the collegiate University who are involved with or interested in administrative activities.

Choose from over 70 workshops and presentations - whether you’re interested in picking up coaching skills for the workplace, finding out how Brexit may affect you, or learning how to make videos that work on social media. You can also take tours of nearby colleges and collections, including University College and the Botanic Garden, as well as browse a range of information stands.

An information session for University and College staff who are EU/EEA nationals or family members of EU/EEA nationals.

The session is being run by specialist immigration solicitor Philip Turpin, of Turpin and Miller LLP, and will cover information needed by staff and their families about living and working in the UK following the EU referendum vote. Please be aware that the session will only address immigration-related issues. It will not cover other areas that may be affected as a result of the UK leaving the EU.

An information sessions for University and College staff who are EU/EEA nationals or family members of EU/EEA nationals.

An information sessions for University and College staff who are EU/EEA nationals or family members of EU/EEA nationals.

The session is being run by specialist immigration solicitor Philip Turpin, of Turpin and Miller LLP, and will cover information needed by staff and their families about living and working in the UK following the EU referendum vote. Please be aware that the session will only address immigration-related issues. It will not cover other areas that may be affected as a result of the UK leaving the EU.

An information sessions for University and College staff who are EU/EEA nationals or family members of EU/EEA nationals.

The session is being run by specialist immigration solicitor Philip Turpin, of Turpin and Miller LLP, and will cover information needed by staff and their families about living and working in the UK following the EU referendum vote. Please be aware that the session will only address immigration-related issues. It will not cover other areas that may be affected as a result of the UK leaving the EU.

This session is now fully booked.

A Q&A session with the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson, on issues arising from the EU referendum result.

A transcript of the session will be published at www.ox.ac.uk/questiontime after the event.

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