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Did you know Newcomers and Visiting Scholars offer activities and events for your partner and family? Fill in this survey to help NVS meet the needs of the postdoc community!

last modified Jul 14, 2016 10:38 AM

Newcomers & Visiting Scholars (NVS) is a voluntary organisation funded by the University of Cambridge to welcome your partner and family members to the Cambridge community. Some of you already know about us but for those who want to find out more please visit our webpage.


NVS is currently reviewing its activities and events for the future.  We would like to look more closely at your needs as part of the post-doc community, so that we remain a vibrant group going forward.
 
Could you please complete this very quick, confidential, survey as soon possible.

Upon completion you will be entered into a raffle draw, the prize will be a £50 book token for the CUP (Cambridge University Press Bookshop).  
 
Find the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/M5TP5QK

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