Meeting Minds Goes Global and Digital

7 Sep 2020 09:00 | Bethan Meadowcroft (Administrator)


Meeting Minds goes global - and digital


Whilst it is disappointing we can't invite alumni to join us in Oxford this year, we are thrilled to bring Meeting Minds to the world virtually in 2020, and all for FREE!

Our usual alumni weekend has grown into an alumni week, as going digital allows us to bring you an engaging programme of events from 7-12 September 2020. Each day of Meeting Minds Global will bring you a wide range of content from all around the University including panel discussions, Q&As, virtual tours, musical performances and much more!

You only need to register once to access all content throughout the week and you can find full registration details at the bottom of this email. Most importantly you will need your Oxford Number to register.

REGISTER HERE

World-class speakers and topical themes


Meeting Minds Global will offer the usual line-up of expert and engaging academic and alumni speakers. Our line-up so far includes:

  • Professor Sir John Bell giving an insight into Oxford’s Covid-19 research
  • Professor Bernie Hogan discussing how to manage your social media presence
  • A panel of distinguished alumni celebrating the 100th anniversary of the PPE degree
  • Dr Lena Fritsch taking you behind the scenes of her exhibition at the Ashmolean
  • An audience with the Vice-Chancellor who will be taking your questions

And as always, we will hear from our venerable Chancellor who, with the help of distinguished guests, will examine the role of Britain’s soft power.




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