Forthcoming Workshops for Early Career Researchers
3 May 2018
Publish or Perish: Getting Collaborative Social Science Published
A panel discussion convened by Dr Laura Knight (Co-Chair, CSSD Early Career Network, Research Associate in Medical Education, UCL Medical School
The way we do research is changing. Funders are showing a growing interest in collaborative, interdisciplinary research which is leading to increasing numbers of cross-disciplinary projects receiving funding. Many Early Career Researchers (ECRs) will be involved in these projects and, in the ‘publish or perish’ climate of academia, getting this non-traditional content published is a new challenge for them to overcome.
Further details and registration
4th June 2018 (2-7pm)
Global Opportunities for Early Careers Staff
Organised by UCL’s community of Early Career Researchers and supported by UCLs’ Global Engagement Office
Come and find out about UCL funding opportunities and how to write for international journal publications. The (free) half day conference will end with a lively networking session with drinks reception. Do come along and meet fellow early career staff just like you! Further details will be posted shortly.
8 June 2018 (10am to 12pm)
Research Management: best practices
A small-group workshop convened by Dr Tom Couch (Research IT Services Facilitator, RITS Facilitation, ISD Research IT Services) and Myriam Fellous-Sigrist (Research Data Support Officer, UCL Library Services). Further details will be posted shortly.
Working as a social scientist in a non-social science department at UCL
Dr Fiona Stevenson, Reader in Primary Care & Population Health, Institute of Epidemiology & Health, Population Health Sciences, SLMS. Further details will be posted shortly.
30 November 2018 (10am to 12pm)
Tricks of the Trade with Carey Jewitt: Developing your research identity
Convened by Professor Carey Jewitt Professor Technology and Learning, Culture Communication and Media Department/ UCL Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, UCL. Further details will be posted shortly
- Take a look at the UCL Research Staff Hub; a one-stop shop for research staff. It aims to keep researchers informed about the support and development opportunities available.
- Induction for
new UCL Research Staff
This three hour induction is aimed at new post-docs or any research staff who would benefit from hearing more about bespoke researcher development opportunities at UCL. Further details