Northumbria Research Support

Training

How to create and deliver impact-led research initiatives with Professor Alister Scott – 13th February 2018

Join Professor Scott for a briefing session followed by questions and answers where he will explore how to create and deliver impact-led research initiatives in innovative ways. Alister works at disciplinary and professional boundaries in dealing with interdisciplinary problems in his field of Geography. Bringing expertise from both policy and academic positions, his research model involves…

Staff Training Now Available

Northumbria University’s Academic Development and Research Training Programme for semester 2 of 2017/18 is now online at northumbria.ac.uk/StaffResearcherDevelopment To book your place for any of the sessions, visit the online booking system here. We are also now launching our new Blackboard resource which contains new online training content which can be accessed where this proves more…

PGR Training in person and online – Available now!

Northumbria University’s Professional Development and Research Training Programme for semester 2 of 2017/18 is now online at northumbria.ac.uk/PGRResearcherDevelopment. To book your place for any of the sessions, visit the online booking system here. We are also now launching our new Blackboard resource which contains new online training content which can be accessed where this proves…

#Vitaechat: 19 October, 12 – 1pm Focus-on: Getting started – ‘What every researcher needs to know’

Whatever your situation, taking a professional approach to your development from the start can help make the path smoother, and enable you to be more successful in the long run. During your doctoral or postdoctoral research you will push the boundary of current knowledge, increasingly becoming an expert in your field. However, being a professional…

Bookings now open for Staff and PGR training programmes

Exciting news! Bookings are now open for our Staff and Postgraduate Research Student training programmes. Academic Development and Researcher Training programme (Staff)  The programme is mapped against the Vitae Researcher Development Framework and supports academic staff in four key areas: Knowledge and intellectual abilities Personal effectiveness Research governance and organisation Engagement, influence and impact Sessions…

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Public Affairs and Media Training Opportunity for EPSRC-Funded Researchers

EPSRC is currently advertising an opportunity to apply for a place on a Public Affairs and Media Training course to run on 3rd – 4th October 2017: https://www.epsrc.ac.uk/funding/calls/risemakingconnections/ RISE: Making Connections will: Provide the opportunity for EPSRC researchers to make connections across a range of Stakeholders to help promote EPS to a wider audience Support…