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In observation of Black History Month, there are still several events planned by the UON GEM network happening soon.
The Black in the Ivory Conference, which is a Colloquium of Women Professor of Colour will take place this Wednesday the 19th. It is a free, one-day colloquium featuring research paper presentations from women professors of colour leading race equality. The conference will be held in a hybrid format, so you can attend online, or in person at Waterside Campus. To book, please go to the Eventbrite page. The conference is free and public, so all are welcome to attend.
As well as the Black in the Ivory Conference, a number of other remaining events by the GEM network are taking place in the next two weeks. Please see the calendar above – everyone is welcome. For your free ticket scan the QR code below or contact Gemstaffnetwork@northampton.ac.uk.
The Graduate School’s new Development days are monthly, in-person events on campus, with lunch. These will offer experiential learning, discussion and networking, group work and collaboration – all those things that are far better delivered in-person than online. Each day will have a theme and our first day is on Finishing your Doctorate
Our Graduate School Development Day: Finishing is happening on campus on the 14th of November! It is a full day event (with lunch provided!) designed for those who are in the writing up stage of their doctorate. Consisting of two parts, it will start with a workshop led by Prof Ian Livingstone about editing and proofreading your work. It will be followed by a session with Dr Emel Thomas which will explore the core aspects of the viva experience and include a Q&A panel with UON doctoral alumni.
If you are in the final stages of writing your thesis and preparing for the viva, we invite you to join us for this day packed with valuable information and opportunities to network with your fellow researchers. Find out more information about the sessions and schedule and register for the Development Day on Gateway.
The Graduate School’s Images of Research (IoR) competition returns! All researchers (staff or research students) at the University of Northampton are invited to participate as the Call for Images is now open. Create a unique image – a painting or a photograph – that captures the essence of your research or captures an element of it in an artistic way. Include a catchy title and a 150 word summary and your entry for Images of Research will be ready for submission. You can find more information on how to apply in the IoR 2022-23 Rules and Guidelines.Read the rest of this entry