Workshops and events are now available to book for 2019-2020!
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The call for the Graduate School’s 7th Images of Research 2020-21 competition is now open! If you are a researcher (staff or student) at the University of Northampton and you would like to participate, you will need to produce a unique image that you can either create or photograph. The image should capture the essence or an element of your research, in a visual, artistic or photographic way, with a 150-word summary and a title. A list of rules and guidelines for the competition is attached.
Entries for Images of Research 2020-21 should be emailed to email@example.com by the closing date, Monday 21st December 2020. We are hoping to hold a face-to-face launch event on Monday 22nd February 2021 (to be confirmed), when voting will open. The winner will be announced on Monday 22nd March 2021.
Do feel free to contact me if you have any questions, otherwise I look forward to receiving your entry. Good luck!
An online series of lectures for PGRs and Early Career Researchers in the area of digital communications and digital humanities. Details can be found here:
University of Northampton Graduate School – 1st overall satisfaction in this year’s Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES)
Message from Professor Matthew McCormack, Head of the Graduate School: The Graduate School has some excellent news to share: UoN has come 1st for overall satisfaction in this year’s Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES). Our PGRs have rated us in the top 8 in all categories, including 1st for “resources” and “responsibilities”, and 2nd for “progression”, “research skills” and “professional development”.
I would like to thank the PGRs for completing the survey and for rating us so highly. As always, we will analyse the results carefully and will work with you on any areas where we can enhance what we do. These results are a tribute to the strength of our PGR community, and the dedication of our supervisors, the Graduate School, and all those at UoN who work hard to support postgraduate research.
The University of Northampton is part of the East Midlands Doctoral Research Network, which consists of nine universities who are keen to work collaboratively to share best practice, resources and insights into doctoral research across all disciplines. The EMDoc Conference is a great opportunity for you to discuss and promote your research, as well as meet and network with other researchers from across the East Midlands. In this year’s Conference, you are invited to explore the theme of ‘Sustainability’ through oral and poster presentations.
If you wish to submit a paper or poster for the Conference you will need to contact the Conference organisers directly, please follow the guidance on the attached document. Please also notify Linda Cooper in the Graduate School of your submission (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we are aware of all institution submissions. The call for papers closes on Thursday 16th July 2020. Please contact Linda with any further queries.
We are delighted that we have been able to modify the University of Northampton’s Annual Research Conference in 2020 and deliver it online. The Conference includes much of the usual format, although we’ve taken the decision to postpone the ‘Bake your Research’ competition until we are back face-to-face on campus. Read the rest of this entry
We are running a series of workshops for research degree supervisors related to the stage that your pgr student has reached. These workshops will be a mix of information about the formal procedures with a discussion about how to support the student through this phase of their programme. The ‘early stages’ workshop is timed to coincide with student induction when you may have a student starting their research degree programme. All workshops are equally appropriate for those new to supervision and for those experienced supervisors who need a refresher. Read the rest of this entry
June 20 – 21st 2019
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone later this week at our Annual Research Conference. We have a host of treats in store for you including three distinguished keynote speakers, and our inaugural Bake your Research Competition! We also have research papers, and the famous 3MT too. The full conference brochure can be viewed here.
Wednesday 15th May, 10:45-14:00pm
Exhibition Space, First Floor, Creative Hub
Late entries still being accepted!
If you’d like to give the Research Poster Competition a go this year, do get in touch with Melanie.Petch@northampton.ac.uk. It’s a great opportunity to meet other PGRs and to gain valuable feedback on your work. Please see the Entry Guidelines for more inspiration and if you’re tempted, fill in the Entry Form.
The Research Poster Competition is available for everyone to view, so do drop by and see for yourselves the exciting research going on at Waterside.
Alongside the poster competition, we’ll also be announcing the winners of the Images of Research Competition we launched late last year. We have two very impressive winners this year, so do join us as we celebrate their successes too.