March / April workshops and training opportunities for Sussex researchers. Book now. Continue reading
University Experience of the Daughters of Single Mothers Call for participants Are you an undergraduate student in the UK who is the daughter of a single mother? Please consider participating in this qualitative research project. Who can participate? Since single mother families are diverse and can be defined in many ways, I am looking for … Continue reading
Southampton Logo 21st PopFest Conference We have ten conference bursaried for £75 each! Applications for bursaries should be sent to email@example.com in a word or PDF document. Please include your name, institution and supervisor, programme and year of study and how your research is funded(name of sponsor/self-funded). State if you wish to be consisered for … Continue reading
Research Professional have recently launched their new look funding databaseNavigating around the new database has changed considerably (now more intuitive) and has new features which will make searching for suitable funding quicker and more precise. Therefore, we have organised a training day on the new Research Professional database.Date: 15th February, 2013 Time: Session 1: 2pm … Continue reading
Whether you describe yourself as postdoc, research fellow, research assistant, or research associate, this opportunity is for you.
Take part in a formal programme that gives you recognition of your potential to manage a research team or supervise doctoral researchers in the future. Build on skills and gain experience supporting postgraduate researchers from January until September 2013. Continue reading
We’re coming to the end of the first term of the Read in the Original! Foreign-language training program for researchers and I’m absolutely thrilled with the difference it has already made to the research and professional development of our researchers. Read in the Original! is a group of classes in foreign languages designed specifically to … Continue reading
Did you know it’s Open Access Week? Several events are happening around campus, so come along to find out what it’s all about, and what it might mean to you as a researcher (you want to publish, right?). Researchers of all disciplines and career-stages welcome. Continue reading
How do food researchers from different disciplines use archives? The British Library Conference CentreMonday 19th November, 201210:00 – 16:00 Libby Bishop – Peter Jackson – Stephen MennellAnne Murcott – Polly Russell – David Smith – NOVELLA Imperial War MuseumThe recent turn towards the re-use of data in the social sciences means a growing number of … Continue reading
Find out how to assess the success of researcher mobility initiatives and explore the skills needed to thrive in a global research environment in today’s Guardian Higher Education network discussion on “How to become a Global Researcher“.
Reblogged from TLDU @ University of Sussex: Academics are always being encouraged to publish, but increasingly students too are finding that there are benefits to sharing their work with one another and a wider audience. RUSTLE has been talking to faculty and students about three different routes to publication. Paul Omar (Law) saw his students … Continue reading