Calling all of our postgraduate research students! Here’s a chance to present your work via a talk or poster at the 2016 East Midlands University Association (EMUA) postgraduate research student conference, which will be held on September 1st 2016. The call for papers is now open and will close on July 7th. Read the rest of this entry
A call for papers from NBS staff and NBS doctoral students for the 2nd Annual NBS Conference has been announced. Changemaker for Tomorrow: creating business impact through research is this year’s theme and the conference will run on 15th and 16th June 2016. The deadline for abstracts is May 3rd 2016.
If your research area relates to any of the following themes:
- Logistics and Supply Chain
- Emerging Economies
then why not submit a paper? Please email your abstract, along with a brief personal biography to Sandy.MacDonald@northampton.ac.uk
Call for conference submissions – Interdisciplinary research with children, young people and families: crossing boundaries, sharing stories
Submitted by Faith Tucker
Submissions are invited for an event which will explore the value and challenges of interdisciplinarity in research with children, young people and families in diverse contexts. Contributions are welcomed from diverse perspectives, backgrounds, geographical contexts and disciplinary positions. We are seeking 20-minute papers, or 40-minute workshop activities.
Submitted by Professor Jeff Ollerton for the attention of researchers in the School of Science and Technology
Last term you should have received an Outlook Calendar invitation to the School of Science & Technology Research Conference taking place on Wednesday 2nd March (13:00 to 17:00) in Newton Grand Hall. This is an opportunity for us to showcase the breadth and depth of research going on across all areas of the School, from both early career researchers and more senior academics.
Submitted by Dr Wanda McCormick
For the first time, Moulton College in partnership with the Pet Food Manufacturers Association will be running the Companion Animal Nutrition Conference on Friday 3rd June 2016 at Moulton College, Northamptonshire, UK. The call for papers is now open!
Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) Winter School; Call for papers from postgraduate students
The Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) Winter School, which will be taking place on 13/14th January 2016 at Park Campus, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, has invited papers from postgraduate students.
The CCRI Winter School provides a friendly and supportive environment for postgraduates, across geography, rural studies and environmental management themes, to present their doctoral work and receive feedback from CCRI staff and PGR students. More information about the CCRI and past Winter School events can be found on their website.
Any postgraduate student interested in participating should send a paper title and short abstract of around 200 words to email@example.com by 30th November 2015.
Conference call for papers: The Great Outdoors? Children, Young People and Families in Natural and Rural Spaces
The University of Northampton’s Institute of Health and Wellbeing are holding a conference The Great Outdoors? Children, Young People and Families in Natural and Rural Spaces, on 9th-10th September 2015 at Sunley Conference Centre.
The conference marks 15 years since the publication of Matthews et al.’s (2000) ‘Growing up in the countryside: children and the rural idyll’. This anniversary represents a timely moment for reflection on the state of research into children, young people and families in, and in relation to, ‘rural’ and ‘natural’ spaces.
Papers are invited, which focus on children, young people and families, in relation to the following topics. Read the rest of this entry
The Regional Studies Association Early Career Conference 2015 will be held at the University of Sheffield on 29th and 30th October 2015. The conference will give early career researchers the opportunity to network, collaborate and socialise with others working in regional studies and related fields. Read the rest of this entry
The mathematician, Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), daughter of poet Lord Byron, is celebrated as a pioneer of computer science. As part of the University of Oxford’s celebrations to mark the 200th anniversary of Lovelace’s birth, a one-day workshop on Tuesday 8th December will bring together research students and early career researchers to discuss the varied cultural legacies associated with Ada Lovelace.
Researchers from all disciplines are invited to submit proposals for papers on the influences of Lovelace’s work, on topics including, but not limited to, literature, history, mathematics, music, visual art, and computer science. Proposals, not exceeding 250 words, for 15-minute papers should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, Friday 28 August 2015. Those who are accepted to speak at this graduate workshop will also be offered free registration for the Ada Lovelace 200 Symposium taking place on the following two days. For more information please see the Conference WordPress page.