On February 25th, 2017...

We're thrilled to announce that g4g is lanching in OXFORD!!

Together with the Oxford Physics Department, we'll be discovering science in one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world! Be prepared for a full day of interactive and unbelievably fun Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths! 

Hashtag: #g4gDayOxford


Where. When. What. How?!

Where? Denys Wilkinson Building, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, Keble Road, Oxford OX1 3RH

When? Saturday 25th of February, 2017.

What? g4g Day event in Oxford: A day of interactive, hands-on, unbelievably fun Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

How? We invite role model professional to lead 45 minute workshops that show the link to STEM; 10 - 12 girls in one workshop; a chance to experience 4 workshop thoughout the day.

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Meet the Team!

From global communications & event coordinating, she manages various g4g internal projects, creates science workshops, supervises our lovely young interns and ambassadors and loves to lead the DNA workshop across the globe! She loves all things science, but what really gets her going is studying the core of all living things... the molecules of life! Get in contact with here here!  

From global communications & event coordinating, she manages various g4g internal projects, creates science workshops, supervises our lovely young interns and ambassadors and loves to lead the DNA workshop across the globe! She loves all things science, but what really gets her going is studying the core of all living things... the molecules of life! Get in contact with here here!

 

Int'l Project Manager,       greenlight for girls

 Kathryn is studying for a doctorate in particle physics. When she isn’t helping to build an experiment that will search for Dark Matter, she loves telling anyone who will listen about physics!   

 Kathryn is studying for a doctorate in particle physics. When she isn’t helping to build an experiment that will search for Dark Matter, she loves telling anyone who will listen about physics! 

 

Project Manager,       University of Oxford

Physics Access Officer at Oxford Physics. She works with schools and public groups to provide activities that stimulate interest in physics.

Physics Access Officer at Oxford Physics. She works with schools and public groups to provide activities that stimulate interest in physics.

Project Coordinator, University of Oxford