News

March 2022

Guest on PhD Rhapsody podcast discussing my grassland research, bananas, diveristy and being neurodivergent in academia.

February 2022

Featured researcher in Kurt Jackson’s art exhibition on Biodiversity in Oxford’s Natural History Museum

A Kurt Jackson artwork with dark orange squares containing white plants, all surrounding a picture of a chalet

November 2021

Featured in Oxford’s Student Spotlight

Virtual talk on grasslands at the South London Botanical Institute

September 2021

Guest on the Conservation Optimism Good Natured Podcast

Short video with Andy Hector and I about the importance studying grasslands during the era of climate breakdown

June 2021

The BIPOC STEM Network won an award for Best Initiative in the Oxford University MPLS Division EDI 2021 Awards

https://www.mpls.ox.ac.uk/equality-and-diversity/mpls-equality-and-diversity-awards-2019-call-for-nominations

I made a short video about the importance of wildflowers #30DaysWild challenge by The Wildlife Trusts

May 2021

I gave a webinar to WWF UK staff about the importance of decolonising STEM and education.

April 2021

Virtual BEE Conference I co-organised took place on 7-8th April

https://bee2020.wixsite.com/oxford

March 2021

Fireside chat with Joe Buck where we discuss many topics from my PhD, Open Science and a few of my side projects

February 2021

I gave a talk at the Oxford Conservation Society: Plants, People and Place: A Conversation about Conservation

January 2021

New Oxford Sparks video out of my supervisors and I talking about the research taking place at RainDrop, Wytham Woods, Oxford.

I became a member of the steering group and divisional representative for Reproducible Research Oxford (RRox) https://ox.ukrn.org/people/#SaraMiddleton

October 2020

I was featured on Oxford’s Black History Month 100 List (#19).

Screengrab of the BHM 100 List where I feature

I was a guest on the Women in Ecology and Evolution (W.E.E) Podcast.

A screengrab of the W.E.E Podcast episode on work life balance

February 2020

My perspective in the Futures Thinking Project

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