Calling all Science PGR Students! Whether you’re nearing the end of your studies, or if you’re just planning for the future, we’re running a careers presentation specifically for Science PGRs in a couple of weeks. 10:00-11:15, 4th June 2020, online Kevin Parker, one of our experienced external trainers from KKI Associates, has offered to join … Continue reading Career Survival for Science Students
Month: May 2020
Explore Research Related Career Options – Academia and other Sectors
Considering a career in Research? Not sure what direction you want to take? Our new Working in Research resource is designed to help you gain an insight into a range of careers that involve research across a variety of sectors, including academia, science and technology, business and finance, media, arts and heritage and social policy. … Continue reading Explore Research Related Career Options – Academia and other Sectors
PhD virtual coffee and chats (for January 2020 intake)
PhD virtual coffee and chats (on Zoom)11am – 12pm Wed 24 June 2020 Register on Zoom hereAdd event to your Google Calendar If you just started your PhD in January 2020, we know that it must have been especially difficult for you that we went into lockdown only a few weeks into your programme. We … Continue reading PhD virtual coffee and chats (for January 2020 intake)
How to Survive Fieldwork and Data Collection
Learn about good practice and tips for doing effective fieldwork and data collection.
Apply to be a college tutor
Could you lead and inspire a community of students? Applications to become a college tutor are now open. College tutors are student members of the college team who live in college and provide a friendly face and first point of contact for other students. They work with student representatives and staff to support and develop college … Continue reading Apply to be a college tutor
York Festival of Ideas goes online
York Festival of Ideas 2020 will take place online from 2 to 14 June under the banner of Virtual Horizons. The Festival of Ideas team has been working with partners to bring together a diverse programme of talks, music, activities and community trails (to explore on your daily exercise). World-class speakers will cover topics from How to Grow a Human … Continue reading York Festival of Ideas goes online
Research opportunity in Japan
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Pre/Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreign Researchers (Short Term) provides the opportunity for researchers based outside of Japan to conduct collaborative research activities with leading research groups at Japanese universities and research institutions for visits of between one to 12 months. Eligible applicants need to be either within … Continue reading Research opportunity in Japan
Take a Management School Masterclass
All are welcome to attend online Management School Masterclasses taking place over Summer Term. You may be interested in the social media masterclass on Tuesday 26 May, focusing on how to tackle fake news. Future events are on leadership, diversity, innovation, circular economy, and sustainability. Find out about Management Masterclasses.
Complete the York Open Research survey
The University Open Research Operations Group have launched a survey to better understand levels of awareness and engagement with open research practices. The survey takes around three minutes to complete and will be open until Monday 1 June 2020. Responses are welcome from all postgraduate students and will help us develop new approaches to support open research … Continue reading Complete the York Open Research survey
Teaching opportunities with Language and Linguistic Science
The Department of Language & Linguistic Science is seeking to fill Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) positions for various modules offered across the BA curriculum.