The College organises and supports a range of networking opportunities for students, researchers, alumni and friends throughout the year.
These are sometimes subject-, industry- or careers-based (Lucy Lawyers), location-based (regional alumni meetings around the world) or interdisciplinary (the College Research Day). Members can share information, disseminate good practice and receive updates. Networking events may be structured opportunities to meet peers and experts to discuss your work or social events which strengthen bonds – and are often both!
To find out more about all upcoming networking events, please click here.
The annual Lucy Law Networking Event offers our law community the chance to meet and support each other in an informal environment. Taking place in central London, the event is designed to encourage, inspire and support the next generation of Lucy Lawyers and to give alumni the opportunity to make valuable professional contacts. Whether you are a current student, just starting out on your career or a seasoned professional, the Lucy Law networking event is the ideal way to meet and connect with like-minded people.
College Research Day
The annual Lucy Cavendish College Research Day is an opportunity for you to present your research ideas, results and impact to a wider audience.
It’s an important platform for the work being done across the College by students and post-doctoral research associates. Events like this help to further people’s understanding of research, from experimental methodologies to the application of research results in society.
Five diverse topics from the 2019 Research Day have been distilled into our Research Day 2019 Podcast - listen below. They range from dementia as a social justice issue to the application of turbine coatings in the aerospace industry. Our thanks to Fellow-Commoner Boni Sones OBE for producing the podcast.
Listen to the 2019 Research Day podcast
Four diverse topics from the 2020 Research Day, from Cancer Research to environmentally friendly, scalable and cost-effective manufacturing strategies - listen below. Our thanks to Fellow-Commoner Boni Sones OBE for producing it.
Listen to the 2020 Research Day podcast
Research's abstracts for each of the 2022 College Research Day presentations can be read below. In the blog section of our website, you can find articles from those who entered our research blog competition. Kindly sponsored by AstraZeneca, prizes were awarded for the best talk and best blog.
Research Day 2022