October: Upcoming researcher development sessions

Identity, Engagement and Inclusion in Research

19th October, 11:00-12:00, Online

This workshop will take the form of a panel-based discussion, examining topics such as how our own identities have shaped our research practices; engagement, inclusion and recruitment of marginalised groups in research; and how we can reduce the bridge between researchers and participants.

Deadline 17th October

Introduction to Intellectual Property & Commercialisation Support Available

19th October, 13:00-13:30, Online

The course provides a brief overview of what IP is and most importantly how it can be used to benefit your research. Coming away from the session you will understand how IP and commercialisation processes can be used to increase your research impact, develop new funding opportunities and strengthen your grant applications.

Deadline 17th October

Mentoring and Coaching: What’s in it for me?

19th October, 14:00-15:00, Online

This session will look at the power of mentoring and coaching in achieving goals and overcoming obstacles (real or imagined) that are stopping you from achieving your potential. We will explore what you can gain and what you can give to others who may be seeking a mentor to support their progress.

Deadline 17th October

Research Culture Cafe – what does and should a good research culture look and feel like?

20th October, 14:00-15:00, Online

What would an ideal research culture look like for you? What do you like about York, and what can we do to make it better? This session will offer the opportunity for a small group discussion with your early career peers about research culture which will help to inform a research culture action plan for the University. Bring your thoughts and ideas about career progression, healthy working environments, equality and diversity in research and much more to this relaxed and informal discussion space.

Deadline 18th October

An introduction to Academic Publishing for Early Career Researchers

20th October, 16:15-17:00, Online

This session offers advice and tips on getting started with academic publishing, particularly journal articles and turning a thesis into a monograph. Drawing upon the presenter’s publishing experience, it outlines steps around thinking strategically and how to navigate the challenging and competitive terrain of academic publishing.

Deadline 18th October

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Christine Comrie

Student Communications Officer

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