A reminder of next week’s researcher network event, which is part of the new Health Services Research Centre based in the business school. On the 27th January we are having our first workshop session, open to anyone interested in joining the Researcher Development Network, to meet each other, establish ourselves as a group, and to find out what you as researchers would value … [Read more...] about Researcher Development Network: 1st Workshop 27th Jan, 2-4pm
Archives for January 2016
ReaLab call for application is open! Deadline 7th Feb 2016. Please visit their blog for more information and contact details! … [Read more...] about CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Researcher-led Consultancy Projects
As part of the recently launched Innovation Optimiser, the UMIP Enterprise Team are proud to announce the Propeller Fund. Selected candidates are to receive expert mentoring assistance and funding support to catapult their business ideas toward fruition and success. Entries can be anything from a simple idea, to a fully formed business plan. We also encourage entries previously … [Read more...] about UMIP Propeller Fund – Got a business idea?
New British Library PhD Placement Scheme I’m emailing to bring you up to date on the new PhD placement scheme at the British Library. I’m pleased to say that the scheme is now open! Full application guidelines, including profiles of all current placement opportunities, can be found on the BL website. We are really excited to be able to make 17 placement opportunities … [Read more...] about Placement opportunities at the British Library for PhD students
CALL FOR PAPERS Irish Postgraduate Criminology Conference (IPGCC) 2016 Date: Thursday 24th March 2016 Venue: Ulster University, York St. Campus (Belfast, Northern Ireland) Building on the success of the inaugural Irish Postgraduate Criminology Conference in Dublin in March 2015, the second annual conference will take place in Belfast on 24th March 2016. Hosted by the … [Read more...] about Call for papers: Irish postgraduate criminology conference, 24th March