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Thesis Forum - Passing the Probation Review

Do you have a probation review coming up this year? Then come along to the Thesis Forum at 2pm, Tuesday 17 November in the Library Seminar Room. The theme this term is 'Passing Your Probation Review'. 

Our speakers will give short presentations that demystify the process. We will have two talks giving a student perspective from Megan de Ste Croix (Genetics) and
Katie Bridger (History). Deirdre O’Sullivan (Archaeology) will discuss reviews from the academic point of view.

There will be plenty of time for questions and refreshments. Past Forums have been very friendly, and are a great way to meet new people from a variety of disciplines.  

No booking is required, just turn up on the day.

If you can't make it in person, the talks will be broadcast live as a webinar at:

 * UPDATE *   If you are joining the webinar, login as a 'guest' - you don't need a username and password.

A recording of the forum will also be made available on this blog afterwards. 



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