From the 19th – 23rd November we have our doctoral study week for continuing candidates with a variety of workshops to support and enhance your doctoral journey. Although this week is specifically geared to candidates in their 2nd year (full time) 3rd/4th year (part time) the sessions are open to all candidates at whatever stage … Continue reading Researcher development update November
Building Student Resilience Two workshops were run at QMU on 30 August by Abby Shovlin (Wellbeing Coach, and also an academic developer at the University of Edinburgh). The first workshop focused on learning and teaching approaches which help students build resilience and well-being, and the second took the perspective of professional services support. To find … Continue reading Learning & Teaching update October
It was wonderful to meet and greet all of our new doctoral candidates last month, I hope you are settling well and making good use of all of the supportive resources that we offer. The first submissions for the Dcert in READ have been marked and moderated and the standard of work has been exceptional, … Continue reading Researcher development blog post
Building Student Resilience Two workshops were run at QMU on 30 August by Abby Shovlin (Wellbeing Coach, and also an academic developer at the University of Edinburgh). The first workshop focused on learning and teaching approaches which help students build resilience and well-being, and the second took the perspective of professional services support. To find … Continue reading Learning & Teaching update
We have some exciting opportunities for development coming up over the next few months, remember to check the CAP website and moderator messages for details on how to book. Workshops will run on the following topics Statistics training (multi workshop event, various dates) Research integrity Financial management Researcher in residence If there is anything that … Continue reading What’s happening in researcher development this semester?
We look forward to meeting and working with our newest doctoral candidates this month. Induction and study week begin on the 24th September for the entire week. Please remember that ALL study week sessions are open to all QM researchers, whether they be doctoral researchers, contract researchers or early career academic researchers, everyone is welcome … Continue reading Researcher Development update – September
It’s a busy time at the moment with preparations underway to submit documentation for the HR in excellence award. This is the university’s commitment to the concordat for research excellence and it’s our big 8 year review. Watch this space later in the year for updates on how we did! Did you know that the … Continue reading Researcher Development Update – August
In April, we had another really successful study week and I would just like to congratulate everyone who participated in the two day doctoral candidates conference, we had some wonderful presentations and posters, this event is fast becoming one of the highlights of the academic calendar so congratulations to the DCA for putting it all … Continue reading Researcher Development Update