The Social and Political Inequalities Research Cluster will be having their first official meeting of the academic year on Monday 17th October at 17.30 on the 4th floor foyer of the Arthur Lewis Building. This will be an informal meeting to get to know new members. Tea and biscuits will be provided! We are a group of PhD students based in the school of social science who are … [Read more...] about Social & Political Inequalities Research Cluster informal meeting, Mon 17th Oct, 17:30pm
Archives for October 2016
The Science Media Centre is an independent press office for science which works on some of the most controversial topics around. We have a very popular internship programme and we’re looking to promote the opportunity more widely. We’re a small team of eight and our interns provide invaluable support and get to see everything that we work on and do. The internship mainly … [Read more...] about Internship Opportunity at Science Media Centre (inc. Social Scientists), deadline 31st Oct
Dear Colleagues, we are happy to invite you to the pop-up exhibition #ECRmcr2016. It is now showing in the Graduate School Dining Area in the Ellen Wilkinson Building. The exhibition showcases a conversation about better ECR support and a more satisfying life for ECRs held at the Post-PhD Residential in Manchester in June 2016. It was funded by the AHRC Public Engagement … [Read more...] about Pop up exhibition #ECRmcr2016 at the SALC Grad School: Now open!
Upcoming My Research Essentials (MRE) workshops for Semester 1 open to all PGRs and ECRs! Overview of Reference Management Tools Friday 14th October 12:00-13:30 Open Access in Five Simple Steps Mon 24 Oct 2016, 11:00 - 11:30 Thu 27 Oct 2016, 12:30 - 13:00 Creating and Managing your ORCID Wed 26 Oct 2016, 14:00 - 15:00 Who's talking about your research … [Read more...] about Upcoming UoM library workshops for PGRs and ECRs #myresearchessentials
Speaker: Professor Tracey Warren (https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sociology/people/tracey.warren) Abstract: The common conclusion from work-life studies is that work-life imbalance is largely a middle-class problem. It will be argued that this classed assertion is a direct outcome of a particular and narrow interpretation of work-life imbalance in which time is seen to be the … [Read more...] about CMIST afternoon seminar: Tues 11 Oct, 4-5:30pm, “Work-life balance and class