Graduate School Workshops in spring and summer

mature students photoA variety of researcher development workshops are coming up in the next few months, so if you are a PGR student or an early career researcher why not take advantage and book a place? They include Qualitative Data Analysis Using NVivo: Level 2 (Intermediate) on April 14th, Poster Design & Presenting on April 16th and the first of a series of four intermediate SPSS workshops on April 27th. A Publishing Day on April 29th, features workshops in Academic Writing for Journals, Blogging for Researchers and Getting Published. All these workshops are open to both PGR students and early-career researchers.

Solely for PGR students we are running a ‘Finishing your Thesis’ afternoon on April 22nd, which includes Editing and Finishing your Thesis and Preparing for the Viva. So if you are within a year of completing your doctorate this will be a valuable afternoon to attend.
Graduate School WorkshopsWorkshops in May will include Constructing Questionnaires (May 1st), Successful Research Proposals and Ethics (for PGRs) on May 7th, two more SPSS workshops (May 12th and May 27th) and How to Argue on May 20th. Also, don’t miss Delivering Research Impact on May 21st.

June offers a fourth SPSS workshop on Psychometrics (June 10th) and a new workshop for PGR students who fund their own PhD – Finding Alternative sources of Funding – will be on offer on June 24th.

Unless otherwise stated all Graduate School workshops are open to PGR students and early-career researchers.

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

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