9 September 12:30 - 14:00, Alan Walters Building, Room 112
Promotion & Probation World Café
You are invited to attend this informal academic promotion & probation surgery, with Professor Paul Jackson (College Director of Research), Lora Morris (College HR Business Partner) and Professor Catherine Mangan (College Director of Education). The bulk of this session will be a World Café-style opportunity for you to join conversations with these College leads for research, education and HR matters, and to understand the promotion and probation processes in context.
A buffet lunch will be provided, and registration is required.
Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/promotion-probation-world-cafe-tickets-69206932799.
Registered attendees will be offered the opportunity to submit anonymous questions in advance.
17 September 2019 14:00 – 17:00, Library Training Room
Raising Your Research Profile
The College of Social Sciences and Research Skills (Library Services) have collaborated to run this event geared towards early- and mid-career researchers in CoSS. This whistle-stop tour of open access, research indicators, and research data management (including Pure and BEAR) will give you an overview of some of the key issues in these fast developing areas. You will be signposted to further support as needed and there will be time built into the session in order to explore some of the tools with expert advice on-hand.
If you plan to attend this event, please register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/raising-your-research-profile-tickets-67751359139
26 September 12:00 - 15:00, Muirhead Tower, Room 112
R&KT meet & greet and REF information session
On 26th September, you will have the opportunity to meet the members of the College Research & Knowledge Transfer Committee (R&KT), tasked with overseeing research within the College, fostering a strong research ethos, and addressing strategic challenges in Research and Knowledge Transfer. This event provides a chance to meet and talk to your R&KT Committee members in an informal setting over a buffet lunch.
This will be followed by a REF workshop led by Professor Catherine Needham (Co-Director of Research, School of Social Policy) and Katharina Freise (College Research Planning Partner), giving an overview of how REF will work, with a particular focus on early career researchers, and the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/research-knowledge-transfer-meet-and-greet-and-ref-information-session-tickets-69213223615
8 January 2020 12:00 – 16:00, Location TBC
Everything You Wanted To Know About Being A PI… But Were Afraid To Ask!
More information nearer the time...