Impact Fortnight 2021: Place and Research Impact

We hope you will join us for Impact Fortnight 2021: Place and Research Impact, this year’s Impact Conference, which will be a series of online events from 15-26 November considering what “Place” means for us as a University for Public Good. The events will include talks from internal and external speakers considering the landscape of … Continue reading Impact Fortnight 2021: Place and Research Impact

Digital Collaboration 2021: call for contributions

Does digital help you solve problems, break barriers, get creative… or something else? Now, more than ever, it’s important to make the most of approaches for working, teaching and communicating together digitally. All are welcome to submit to the University’s annual Digital Collaboration conference, held in association with the White Rose University Consortium, on 7 … Continue reading Digital Collaboration 2021: call for contributions

Register for the National Postdoc Conference 2021

The National Postdoc Conference 2021 (NPDC21), hosted by the University of Liverpool on 24 September, is open for registrations. The virtual NPDC21 conference is an opportunity for postdoctoral researchers to engage with industry stakeholders, funding agencies, policy influencers, researcher developers and career development professionals. Click here to view the programme and register for sessions. The … Continue reading Register for the National Postdoc Conference 2021

The York Researcher Conference: Shaping a positive culture for researchers

Open to all researchers, final year PhD students and interested staff members, this year’s online York Researcher Conference will be focused on how we can shape a positive research culture.  The York Researcher Conference: Shaping a positive culture for researchers Wednesday 23 September 2020Online The panel discussion includes Dr Kathryn Arnold, the new Dean of … Continue reading The York Researcher Conference: Shaping a positive culture for researchers

EVENT: Building Ourselves Back after the Pandemic

What can the Arts and Humanities contribute to building the kinds of places and communities we want to live, love, work and play in?  HRC Place and Community: Building Ourselves Back after the PandemicOnline Conference: 1st-15th SeptemberOnline Event: Tuesday 15th September, 10.30-12.00 The Humanities Research Centre would like to invite researchers in the Arts and … Continue reading EVENT: Building Ourselves Back after the Pandemic