Are you interested in a funded PhD to start 1st October, working on exciting research in collaboration with regional businesses?
Check out the range of Intensive Industrial Innovation Projects funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Topics range from exploring the implications of smart devices on ageing at home to investigating the use of building information modelling to supplement planning processes.
Apply by midnight 16th July 2018. Full details here:
Northumbria University is seeking applications for PhD studentships, to work closely with business in the region, as part of the £3.9m Intensive Industrial Innovation Programme (IIIP) funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
The IIIP Programme aims to encourage a culture of innovation that benefits business, leading to greater export opportunities and increased graduate employment, particularly in science and engineering. The IIIP Programme is a collaboration between Northumbria, Durham, Newcastle and Teesside Universities.
During each PhD project, the research student will work closely with the collaborating business, using innovative research to support the development of new products and services. Students will spend up to 49% of their time working with the business and at least 51% of their time at Northumbria University.
The PhD projects will start on 1st October 2018, for three years. The eligibility criteria for PhD candidates:
- The IIIP PhD funding is available to Home and EU students.
- Academic excellence of the proposed student i.e. 2.1 (or equivalent GPA from non-UK universities; or a Masters, or APEL evidence of suitable practitioner achievement)
- Applicants cannot apply for this funding if currently engaged in Doctoral study at Northumbria University or elsewhere
The Health and Life Science Conference at Northumbria University; aims to create an interdisciplinary platform for all researchers, at any stage, working in different aspects of history, theory and practice.This conference provides researchers with a unique opportunity to present their study and engage with a network spanning a wide range of disciplines.
Our hope is the conference will stimulate and drive forward your interests within your field and help establish life long connections and networks. We look forward to working with you and providing you with a platform to raise your profile and engage with others.
The inclusive nature of the conference welcomes abstract submissions on any aspect, topic or area related to Health and Life Science.
All of the classes and careers are specifically for students embarking in the health studies, wanting to engaged in the applied sciences. One of our main and top themes are the psychology classes and the nursing courses which offer the education and provide the students for a qualified course fully updated to the latest fulfilling challenges and required studies.
The following themes are among the topic areas relevant to the conference but this list is not exhaustive.
- Applied Science
- Public Health and Wellbeing
- Social Sciences
- Nursing, Midwifery and Health
- Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing
- Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation
Registration for the conference is now open. Find out more here.
Please register to ensure you are able to fully participate in the conference which is wholly collaborative.
Ellison Building | Northumbria University | NE1 8ST Newcastle upon Tyne | United Kingdom
Thursday, 21 June 2018 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)
The PGR conference invites participation and communication across all postgraduate students in the Engineering and Environment faculty. We challenge you to retain the richness and complexity of your work while clearly communicating your intended meaning to the non-expert audience beyond your research group and department. Sometimes surprising academic connections can be made in such diverse contexts.
To attend the conference, please book here
Overview of the Research Excellence Framework (REF)
1:00pm – 2:00pm, Wednesday, May 23, 2018
The session will put the Research Excellence Framework (REF) in context, providing the background to the exercise, a brief overview of the outcome from REF2014, and information on known changes to the guidance for REF2021.
Aims and Objectives
- Understand changes between REF2014 and REF2021
- Plan the next steps in your REF involvement
Writing Retreat (Includes lunch!)
9:30am – 4:00pm, Thursday, May 24, 2018
This is a session dedicated to writing, whether that be grant writing or writing for publication. It will allow people a space away from their office where they can come along and write free from distraction. There will be a quiet room to work in (with no talking and phones on silent please!). This will also be an opportunity to meet and talk to colleagues from across the university.
Please note that you must must bring your own writing instruments/electronic writing device.
Aims and Objectives:
- Developed your academic writing skills
- Will have completed a personal writing aim
- Will have planned your next writing aim
Risk Assessment and Health and Safety Awareness
10:00am – 12:00pm, Thursday, May 24, 2018
Want to find out more about Health and Safety in the University? Unsure as to how to complete a risk assessment? This session will provide an overview of both areas and provideyou with an opportunity to carry out practical exercises in completing risk assessments.
Aims and objectives
- Reasons for safety standards; Legal, Moral, Ethical
- The Health and safety at work act
- The Health and Safety Policy
- Your legal responsibilities
- Display Screen Equipment
- Risk assessment
- Fire Safety: what you need to know
- Communication, Incident and injury reporting
- Further information
Book your places here.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 10am – 12pm
This is an introductory course on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
You will learn what the protected characteristics are within the Equality Act 2010.
It will give you an insight into the consequences of organisations and individuals getting things wrong and the benefits of adopting the right approach to equality and diversity within the workplace.
Aims and Objectives
- To give an understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion and why it is important.
- To provide an overview of the key legislation including looking at different forms of discrimination.
- Provide examples of the ways in which organisations can create inclusive cultures
- Give a brief insight into unconscious bias
Book your places here.
Learn more about developing research impact in funding bids at this informative session.
Many funders, including the UK Research Councils and European Commission, ask applicants to address the likely impact of their research as part of the application for funding.
Aims and Objectives
- Think through the contribution that their research might make to the society or the economy
- Identify the pathways to demonstrable impact
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 / 1pm -2pm / Ellison Building A001
Book your place here.
Did you know Northumbria University has an alliance with Call for Participants? This is an international service that allows researchers at the University to recruit participants for their research through a central website as opposed to social media channels and the university mailing lists. It gives researchers at the University a much wider recruitment pool to draw on through a site aimed at and appealing to the general public. There are a huge variety of research studies on the site actively recruiting participants already from Universities across the globe.