Intrepid Explorers is a global network and impact platform for university field researchers, enabling them to share experiences and learning, build skills, knowledgeand connections across the field research community and with the general public.
Our network’s mission is to inspire current and future generations to support and advance science by sharing experiences and learning from field research.
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Intrepid Explorers co-founder named ESRC Impact Champion of the year!
Top tips from researchers and staff that plan, lead and take part in fieldwork, many of whom work in the John B.Thornes Laboratory
Intrepid Explorers is expanding!!!
We've already had a launch event at the University of Oxford and are in discussions with a few other universities wishing to try it out. If you're interested too, then email us at our HQ email address
Calling all past event attendees and speakers,
we need your help!
If you've got a fieldwork fail experience too important or hilarious not to share, but need to remain anonymous, PM us (@I_Explorers) and we will tweet it!
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If you have presented at one of our events, please complete this survey.
Set up Intrepid Explorers at your university:
At Intrepid Explorers HQ we’ve produced a starter pack to help any university student or staff member set up an Intrepid Explorers event/platform.
Start up pack -4 pages covering what it is, what’s in it for you, what’s in it for the university and links to materials to help you run it (tips for speakers, speaker form, chair briefing and branding material)
Preparing the series -3 pages covering what to do to set up a talk/ a talk series including draft text for a call for speakers and for formally inviting external speakers
Calling all fieldwork researchers, join our network!
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