Category Archives: Events
You are warmly invited to a PhD Transfer Seminar hosted by the Faculty of Health and Society. The event is being held on Wednesday 6th February 2019 in Room 404 of the Senate Building. For further details please see details to the left. Any questions can be addressed to Michelle Pyer by email: email@example.com
Researchers whose studies involve quantitative data might be interested in a research seminar on “Understanding Statistics” hosted by the FHS, Health Sciences and Services Research Centre. The seminar is facilitated by Professor Jackie Campbell and Dr Michelle Pyer and is a great opportunity for all pgr students and UoN Staff members to gain a general understanding of statistical methods and the basic concepts, techniques and results of quantitative data analysis. For more details about the seminar and how to book, please see the link.
The Faculty of Health and Society, Psychology & Social Sciences Research Centre are hosting a research seminar entitled: publishing in academic journals: navigating the peer review system facilitated by Dr Rachel Maunder. The seminar will take place on Thursday 17th January 2019, 2.15pm-4pm in Senate 401. All pgr students and researchers who want to publish their research in academic journal are welcome to attend. To book please see the link.
Soumia El Mestari, a PhD student at Regent University is having her transfer seminar on Friday, 11 January 2019 in Senate Boardroom 405. Please see more details of the presentation, in the poster below. All Welcome
The Graduate School will be running a series of generic workshops in 2019! The workshops will cover a wide range of skills for postgraduate research students including training on software such as SPSS and Nvivo, workshops on qualitative data, getting published in journals and more. To see the full programme of workshops and to book, Please visit the Gateway Calendar.
The department of English and Creative Writing organises a series of seminars led by different external speakers. The seminars tackle a variety of interesting topics. Please check the list of Up Coming Seminars for more details.
The call for “Images of Research” 2018-19 is now open. The Images of Research is an annual competition run by The Graduate School for all researchers (research students, staff and supervisors) at the University of Northampton. The image could be produced in an artistic or photographic way but it should reflect your research or an aspect of it. To participate in this year’s competition, you need to send your image along with a title and 150-word abstract to Ian Livingstone by
December 14th, 2018 (deadline extended to) January 14th, 2019.
There will be a launch party where viewers can vote for their top three favourites and an expert judge will choose their top three. Read the rest of this entry
When you are polishing your chapters, there are things which were initially written as plans (future) but are now being reported on (past) which relate to recent changes/developments (present perfect) and may have claims for possibly being ‘true’ (present simple). If you are in the process of writing your thesis and you would like to know how to use tenses to show criticality in your work, then come along to a research seminar organized by the Dr. Dave Burnapp and Prof.Janet Wilson on 21sth Nov at 2pm in SN202. To book your place, please visit the link
Meditation Society invites you to their first academic conference on 23rd Feb 2019. There will be a special guest talk with Dr. Liz Sparkes from Coventry University on ‘Mindfulness and Pain.’ The spaces are limited so hurry up and follow the link to register. For any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. 🌺
The Doctoral College Team at the University of Leicester are hosting a Part-Time Researcher Workshop for those who have just started their research degree but may also be beneficial for those who are in the pre-probation period of their studies.
It will focus on three themes: time management, managing the supervisor, and staying connected. Throughout the day there will be opportunities to mingle and discuss these themes as well as activities. We also have two guests – Prof Lisa Smith and Dr Sarah Seaton. Both did their research degrees part-time and will share their experiences while also providing some tips.
Spaces are limited so we advise booking soon. You can find out more here