Upcoming workshop: Developing a research track record on a shoestring
On February 8th 2017 we are welcoming back researcher & educator, Hugh Kearns, who will be running a workshop for academic staff and researchers “Developing a research track record on a shoestring”. Hugh is recognised internationally and regularly lectures at universities across the world, including Oxford, Harvard, Stanford and, now for the fourth time, Northampton.
Academics and researchers are constantly being told to increase their research outputs if they want to get promoted or funded, but it becomes a catch 22 when you can’t do much research because you have no money, but no one will give you money because you haven’t done enough research. Despite this situation there are ways to build a research track record that require less money and can give you the start you need to build a decent track record (or even just to keep your head above water!).
The workshop is open to all UoN academics, researchers, early career researchers, as well as research students working as academics. (Nb. The workshop is not suitable for researchers who already have a good track record)
Developing a research track record on a shoestring – Hugh Kearns
on Weds 8th February from 13:30 to 16:30
B4, Brampton Park Campus.
You can book your place here (click on the green respond button) or email Simone.Apel@northampton.ac.uk
Hugh Kearns lectures and researches at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. He is widely recognised for his ability to take the latest research in psychology and education and apply it to high-performing people and groups. Hugh’s areas of expertise include self-management, positive psychology, work-life balance, learning and creativity. He draws on over twenty years of experience as a leading training and development professional.
Posted on January 12, 2017, in Early Career Researcher, Events, Funding, Research, Researcher development, Workshops & Training and tagged Graduate School workshops, Hugh Kearns, research output, research staff, research track record, researchers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.