Thursday 28 April, 18:00 – W/135 The Emerging Researchers’ Forum is an informal network for researchers (PhD, MRes, ECRs) to share experiences, offer peer-support and socialise with those at a similar level within the university. The Forum aims to bridge the gap between PhDs and ECRs in providing a potential platform for discussions with peers … Continue reading Emerging Researchers’ Forum – Wine Mixer, 28 April, 18:00
Be a part of Ulster University’s upcoming online conference, exploring the past, present and future of Ireland. Event date: 23-24 June, 2022 Deadline for submissions: 6 May 2022 About the event The past ten years has brought a continues series of reflections since 2012, of the key events in Ireland’s history that have ultimately changed … Continue reading Call for Papers – Commemorations: Then, Now & To Come
Monday 11 April 2022, 9:30-16:30, LMB/002 Join the British Sociological Association (BSA) for a day to support Postgraduate research students working in the following fields around Veganism and Vegetarianism. Offering the chance for PGRs to share ideas in a supportive and friendly environment, the day also offers an important opportunity to network in these fields. … Continue reading Call for contributions – Veganism and Vegetarianism as Social Movement and Social Change
The Emerging Researchers’ Forum is a new informal network for researchers (PhD, MRes, ECRs) to share experiences, offer peer-support and socialise with those at a similar level within the University.
The next three sessions in the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Early Career Researcher Networking Workshop Series are now open for bookings. The theme of the series is ‘developing the next generation of research leaders for sustainable development’. The workshops bring together early career researchers from all around the world interested in establishing connections to colleagues in … Continue reading Upcoming WUN Early Career Researcher networking workshops
Traditionally researchers have worked either alone or in small research teams. Research councils and funding bodies, however, increasingly expect researchers to work in cognate subject disciplines to enable a cross-fertilisation of ideas and expertise. But how do you network effectively and set up successful collaborations? Organised by the Research Excellence Training Team (RETT), this session … Continue reading Networking and collaboration – How can it help your research?
Join an interactive York Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Forum (YPIF) event from 6-7.15 pm on Wednesday 21 October. This online event will act as a taster of the dynamic YPIF speaker series to come during the 2020-21 academic year, highlighting research across faculty. At the session, you will hear from a variety of speakers about their research … Continue reading York Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Forum (YPIF)
Join one of the ‘Thrive & Survive’ sessions to hear insights, stories and advice about doing doctoral research at York from fellow PhDs
The PGR liaison officer explains why we have decided to change the name of the ‘PhD Survival’ project
Join us as we prepare for next year’s peer-led ‘PhD Survival’ workshops for new students