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Trinity Talks: Beyond the Classroom 2022 series

Sign up here for our series of engaging workshops by cutting-edge researchers: Trinity Talks: Beyond the Classroom. For each talk, a Trinity College academic will deliver an interactive teaching session online, pitched at interested school/college students with an age-appropriate approach, in a topic of wide interest to those thinking of potential further study or holding a general curiosity toward the subject.

The Access & Outreach team will also provide a brief overview of super-curricular enrichment and how it relates to thinking about Higher Education, and of the costs of Higher Education. Each session will contain a Q&A for participants with the academic and the Access team – from our experiences in the 2021 series, we had some fascinating and engaging questions from participants which greatly added to the thread of discussion.

Please fill out the form below with your details (including some pre-session evaluation) and we'll be in touch with a link to the Teams session in the 24 hours before the talk.  Please register by 24 hours before the session you wish to attend, so that we can send you the link!

All sessions will run on Wednesdays from 4.00 to 5.20pm.  The current events listing is as follows:

19 January History of Medicine

2 February Chemistry

16 February Maths/Neuroscience

2 March Materials Science

16 March Pharmacology

30 March Chemistry

27 April Lunar Science

11 May Biology & Medicine

25 May Law

8 June Development Studies & Public Policy (relevant to Geography, History, HSPS, International Law, International Relations, Politics, PPE and other subjects!)

22 June Classics

6 July Philosophy

Privacy Policy

With regard to GDPR, we (Trinity College Access Department) will be collecting: 

  • Your name, email address, and basic information about your studies.
  • Protected personal data including your postcode, and date of birth.

With your consent, we will use this information to organise and deliver the upcoming series of workshops, Trinity Talks, as well as evaluating their impact and reach and targeting our wider outreach programme. Your data will also be anonymised and added to HEAT, the Higher Education Access Tracker, to aid in identifying the impact of outreach activities. Your personal information will not be shared with any external parties.

The University of Oxford is your data controller. Trinity College will retain your personal and evaluative information indefinitely to help us co-ordinate future programmes. You have the rights under GDPR to withdraw your consent, access your data, object to its use, and to correct any inaccuracies.